The weekend I spent visiting a few castles didn’t feel like an overly productive one when it came to photography (or anything else, really), but while I was processing the images I found that I had plenty of them that I could use, which is great for a short weekend trip. If I go out anywhere and get a few images I’m delighted, so to get enough images for a couple of weeks is just wonderful.
This shot was taken beside a lake in the grounds of Hever Castle. I took it while the sun was shining brightly from the left hand side of the scene, and though I tried to place the camera lens as best as I could in the shade of a thin tree I still had quite a bit of flare coming in.
So I decided to play on that during the processing and make it even more prominent with the help of a rendered lens flare. I feel it worked reasonably well, and it certainly cleaned up the flares that were working their way into the image.
This is an automated post while I’m in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
- Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
- Focal length: 24mm
- ISO: 200
- Shutter speed: 1/400s