black & white, boats, full-spectrum, photography, rural, skies, structures, waterscape

Loch Ryan’s Beacon.


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    1. Rajeev!!! Sooo good to hear from you my friend!!! Thank you for all of your clicks today and I wish you a very merry Christmas. I hope you’re keeping well. Delighted to hear from you! All the very best for ‘21! Warmest wishes, Rob 🙏📷

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    1. Angela, thank you so, so much! What lovely comments! When shooting for true full spectrum the advantages are the increased light available for capture thus, keeping ISO/ASA down and Tv up. The downsides though, are a little softening due to UV and IR pollution captured and infiltrating VIS light and, funky colours. On days like this, colour was faded and saturation was low but… full spectrum shines in black and white simply because the shadows can become almost luminous and the contrast and overall detail, enhanced due to the higher and lower wavelengths being snagged too. I think I saw the final image in my head before I even framed up. Definitely one of my favourite places of late. Surprised I managed to keep the camera still though.. the wind was horrific! So grateful for your comments, Angela. Thank you! Best, Rob 🙏📷


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