23 Aug Glen Lochay
On last month’s visit to the Highlands after we had captured the early morning light at Loch Tay, we headed back to Killin and then up Glen Lochay. The weather had changed from the beautiful morning light we had experienced at Loch Tay but, as always, we had to adapt our shoot plan accordingly.
Traveling up the single track road, past lots of people wild camping in the glen, we eventually came to part of the river that was free flowing over several small falls. After a short rain burst the clouds had started to break up so we grabbed our gear and headed down to the rocks next to the river.
This images was shot on the Fujifilm X-T2 and Fujinon 10-24mm f4 lens with a 30 second exposure at f8 (ISO 800). The camera was fitted with a Lee 0.9 ND soft grad and a 10x ND ‘Big Stopper’. The Manfrotto tripod was set low in the water to get the flowing river and the rocks as close to the camera as possible.
The image was converted to monochrome with NIK Silver EFEX Pro2.
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