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The Old Man Of Storr



A hike up but it was worth it. Isle Of Skye

A hike up but it was worth it. Isle Of Skye
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Behind The Lens

Location
The Isle of Skye. Old Man of Storr.
Time
At Dawn, just as the sun hit.
Lighting
The light lasted about 3o seconds . It was in shadow , then the light hit .
Equipment
Tripod . Nikon d800e. Lens 24-70 (I think)
Inspiration
Other photographers who took this shot.
Editing
Not a lot at all . If any .
In my camera bag
Camera , tripod . A 24mm prime tilt shift and some lens cloths
Feedback
Just get up early . I spent 40 minutes on the climb wishing I'd stayed in bed . However when I got there, it was one of the most life changing views . I was blown away by it's beauty .

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