The Great Dunes of Scotland by David Langan Via Flickr: To me this photograph is all about fringes. It is on the fringe of dawn, the fringe of winter and the fringe of the land.
Incidently this photograph was taken looking North towards Menie and Donald Trump’s controversial golf course development. The dunes in this area were renamed by Trump to “The Great Dunes of Scotland”.
Details of my website can be found on my flickr profile. From the website you can find information on my workshops, blog, prints and other social networking profiles.
Nightfall Over Crovie by David Langan Via Flickr: Day fades and the lights start to twinkle in Crovie, the most beautiful and unique village on mainland UK.
Was quite a tricky photo to take - the reality was the conditions were much lighter than the photo looked. I really wanted the lights and reflections to be a big part of the shot - so I over gradded the sky and underexposed the shot by a full stop. In PS I then lightened and saturated the lights and darkened the shadows giving me the effect I was after.
The compositions are better looking along the row of cottages at the start of the pier but I went right to the end of the pier as I really wanted to make something of the reflections in the water amongst the rocks.
República de Irlanda en 26 de Marzo de 1986. De izq a der: David O`Leary, John Anderson, David Langan, John Aldridge, Ray Houghton, Ronnie Whelan, Paul Mc Grath, Jim Beglin, Michael Robinson, Gerry Peyton y Liam Brady.
Dunalaister Water by David Langan Via Flickr: Sometimes when I take a shot I have to just accept the DR is too vast and that I will end up with some blown highlights and pure black shadows. This shot is one such shot. I am glad I have this shot rather than not getting anything at all. Taken looking over Dunalaister Water towards the awesome Schiehallion.
Details of my website can be found on my flickr profile. From the website you can find information on my workshops, blog, prints and other social networking profiles