Monday, 15 August 2011

A view from Quiraing.

A story behind: We were climbing the Trotternish ridge for over an hour. Every moment the views were more and more amazing. But when we got close to the top and the plateau of the Quiraing the breathtaking 360º panoramic views have opened.
To the west we could see the Outer Hebrides islands, to the east the Scottish mainland and down there were some small lakes and a pyramidal rocky peak ( the Prison ).

The full frame camera is ideal to capture vast and spacious landscapes. Minimal adjustments were made to this image using Photoshop. It’s as straight out of the camera as possible.

Location: Quiraing, Scotland.

Gear: Nikon D700. Nikkor 16-35 mm.


Shutter speed:
1/250 sec

Exposure bias: -0,3 EV

Focal Length: 16 mm

ISO: 200

Date Taken: July 08th, 2011, 12: 52



Mariel Torres said...

Such a breathtaking scene... must have been amazing to be there in person.

Maciek said...

Thank you Mariel.

ewelajna said...

Maćku, cudowne miejsce i radość dla oczu:)

Joanna Durczok said...

Breathtaking landscape!

Sérgio Pontes said...