Caught last year during a very drizzly November day, where light was as best terribly poor – I decided that I would capture the beautiful Jedburgh Abbey using my LTFS / full-spectrum set-up (see my Light Waves page if this is a concept that you’re not too familiar with). In so doing, I was able to catch any potential extra light in the UV and IR ends of the spectrum (admittedly very little but any extra light on days like these is a bonus, I feel) and, just that little extra detail in the darker shadows. Though a completely un-ideal day for dramatic light, instead, I hope that I have managed to capture a few frames that might just about portray just how stunning a structure Jedburgh Abbey is. I do hope you’ll enjoy these few frames from the archives.
I | GXR A16 LTFS Conversion: 1/140th | f6 | ISO:200 | Spot Metered.
II | GXR A16 LTFS Conversion: 1/125th | f6.7 | ISO:766 | Spot Metered.
III | GXR A16 LTFS Conversion: 1/125th | f6.3 | ISO:872 | Spot Metered.
[All images in this series – snagged with a Ricoh GXR A16 LTFS (from ~280nm to ~1300nm) internal conversion, unfiltered.]
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