The jurassic coast in Dorset has some amazing places and Lulworth Cove is one of them.
I really wanted to capture the circular shape of the cove and I thought this angle really brought out this feature.
I had a free night last night and I have been meaning to get back to here when the conditions were ‘right’ – high tide, nice sunset and some clouds.
It was great and I could just sit there in a t-shirt taking pictures at nine o’clock at night!
We had a walk around St Aldhelm’s Head and then down to Chapmans Pool last weekend. It was a blustery day but the sun was out which more than made up for the wind.
This is a HDR (High Dynamic Range) photo taken down in Chapmans Pool. It has then been processed in Lightroom 5. This has included some dodging and burning to give the image some punch and additional interest.
St Aldhelm’s Head from my blustery outing the other week. Best viewed full screen.
More landscape photos can be seen here.
Durdle Door always presents itself in different ways and although it is an amazing landmark that has been photographed to death I enjoy the challenge of getting a new and unique take on things.
The clear sky on this morning meant that I had to take a different approach, so I have gone for some subtle processing with muted colours.
What do you think?