Mono-Archives: PT.VII | 35Chronicle Photography

black & white, fine art, infrared, Long Exposure, nature, photography, ruins, rural, skies, structures

The Way They Move…


Gelston Castle: Long Exposure 720nm IR | 60″ – f22 – ISO:100

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The Lighthouse at Southerness: Long Exposure 720nm IR | 30″ – f22 – ISO:100

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6 thoughts on “Mono-Archives: PT.VII | 35Chronicle Photography

  1. You must be living the dream my friend!
    60 seconds exposure at f22, ISO 100, I imagine it is 28mm focal length…..”Gelston Castle” image is grabbing me. I can’t stop looking at it.
    Inspiring sense of spiritual mystery and fascination…..mystical image. Thanks for sharing this capture.
    You get 10/10 from me Rob.
    Best wishes
    Amar

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    1. Amar, thank you so much, my friend! Gelston was shot at 24mm; the lighthouse at 28mm. Both on the A16… still my go-to! That shot of Gelston was the one I always wanted. Would love to go back to Lowther Castle and follow again in Marsden’s footsteps for a second time and capture some similar timed IRs. Now that would be a bit special! I definitely got lucky with the clouds though! Thank you again my friend, for your kind words. Really glad you enjoyed these! Very best, R. 😉🙏📷

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