Old Harry Rocks, Dorset

Canon 5D Mark II, 16-35mm at 16mm, ISO 100, 6 secs at f16

Taken – Wednesday 14th April 2010

Another dawn shoot at Old Harry Rocks today and I almost nailed the shot that I’ve been after, unfortunately there was a bit too much cloud for the image to be very effective in colour. I’ve turned the image to black and white, the contrast works well I feel and the chalk cliffs really stand out from the darkness of the sea and clouds above.


~ by David Baker on 14 April, 2010.

One Response to “Old Harry Rocks, Dorset”

  1. This image really suits the mono conversion, with lots of drama in the clouds

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