The Lands End in Ireland

May 22, 2018

Pawel Zygmunt

How the Photo was Taken

I took this photo with Nikon D 810 and Nikkor 16-35 f4 lens at 16 mm F 7.1, 30 sec, ISO 64. I used Lee little stopper filter as well as Lee 3 stops nd graduation filter. I altered this pohotograph in Photoshop by sharpening it, adding contrast and bit of saturation

Photo Location

I took this shot in northmost point of Ireland, called Malin Head in County Donegal 21/07/2017 around 21:50. First day of my trip was the best. I got this magnificent light at Prockagh in Malin Head regardless weather forecast showing rain. I was at location few hours before and went for a nice walk from watch tower to Prockagh. I remember last year I wasn't able to do this as weather was horrible. This time sun was shining and everything looked promising. I got a little frightened an hour before set when entire sky got covered by dark, tick clouds. I thought for a moment it won't be given to me to photograph this place. Luckily horizon was clear and it turned to be even better than I was expecting.

About the Author

Pawel Zygmunt

Polish born amateur landscape photographer living in Ireland who promoting Irish beauty through his work

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