Landscape Photography, Welsh Landmarks, Rhosneigr, Cable Bay at Sunset
Hi guys. I wanted to share with you a couple of captures from Rhosneigr last year. More often than not I’ll stick with the composition I worked with during capture, but every once in a while I’ll look back on an image and spot an alternate crop that might work well.
I’m a big fan of the square one-to-one image ratio, and a few of my recent captures seem to work well in this format. Here are a couple of 1:1 crops of some coastal seascapes at Rhosneigr, another beautiful Welsh landmark.
I’ve attempted to emphasise the foreground rocks with view to distracting the viewers eye from going straight to the sun. Although I captured these images not long after getting serious about Landscape photography I was trying to work with compositions that attempted to keep the viewer focus within the frame.
I’ll share some more of my Welsh landmarks a little later, I hope my photography has done them justice!
Canon 1Ds Mark III
EF 24-105mm USM L @ 24mm
1.6 sec & 1.9 @ f/11, ISO 100
0.9 Reverse ND Grad (Singh-Ray)
Really Right Stuff Tripod / Head
A little dodging and burning
Have a great day!
Barney Delaney is a photographer specialising in landscape photography from the UK and further afield. He is based in the Staffordshire City of Lichfield, UK.