Winter sunrises are some of the most impressive in my favourite Scottish mountain range right in the heart of the British outdoor capital called Glencoe~ Known for its history, haunting mood & unpredictable weather.
This particular area of the river is locally called the Cauldron as it swirls around in many directions. On arrival, it was still relatively dark but from experience, I knew the sun hits the side of the mountain & often the rewards are fruitful with a lovely alpenglow, this morning did not disappoint. As the light came up I instantly knew it was something special & an unforgettable moment captured in time. It only lasted about five minutes & thankfully I was prepared.
The motto of this story is knowing your location, planning the composition & patience.
- Haida M10 filter holder system.
- M10 CPL for the water
- Red-diamond soft GND 1.2 (4 stop) to darken the sky slightly & increase the saturation of the sunrise.
F11, 0.6s, ISO 100 @17mm
Canon 5D mark IV. Canon 16-35mm f2.8. Gitzo tripod & ball head.
Adobe Creative Cloud.
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