eden: DOminic Palubiski part two 

Blue Lake in Lewis

The Isle of Lewis and Harris is stunning.  Just stunning.  The red foliage and the blue water came alive when using Velvia to shoot them, but it doesn’t quite capture how stunning the location was.  It is just so annoying that a small light leak in the corner drags your eye away from the water.

 

Technical Info:

Film: Velvia 100, Camera: Intrepid MkII 4x5, Lens: Nikkor 300 mm @ f/22 + 2/3 and 1/5 s, Developed and scanned by hand using the UoB PhotoSoc facilities.

Rock in a Sand Pool

A trip to the Isle of Lewis and Harris is not complete without some horrific weather.  The day before was horrendous and I could not even get my camera out of my bag to consider setting it up.  But the next day was perfect.  Not a single gust of wind and everything settled down on new years morning.  Perfect for still water reflections.

 

Technical Info:

Film: Velvia 100, Camera: Intrepid MkII 4x5, Lens: Nikkor 150 mm @ f/16 and 1/15 s, Developed and scanned by hand using the UoB PhotoSoc facilities.

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