[PlayRaw] The Praying Hands of Glen Lyon

(Brian Innes) #1

Another image from my trip to Glen Lyon, Scotland yesterday. A visit to The Praying Hands of Glen Lyon.

Rather poor weather, so not the best light for photography. Lee 0.9 medium grad filter used to try and get detail in the sky…
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I like this one, too!
Again, applied some dodging&burning to add more drama.

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(Shreedhar Inamdar) #3

Here is a bit high contrast colorful version using the latest RT 5.6 rc1.
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(Ingo Weyrich) #4

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(Paul Miller) #6

Photoflow, and a quick trip to the GIMP to clone out the raindrop…

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(Brian Innes) #7

Yes, it was rainy at the Praying Hands, hence I didn’t spend a lot of time working on a better composure etc. Had to keep on wiping the raindrops of the ND grad after each exposure!



Hey y’all,

may I also send my try?
I used darktable 2.7.0+1025~g0384a4bb1-dirty

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(pphoto) #9

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(St.Stephen) #10

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(Nick Auskeur) #11

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@Brian_Innes Nice! My first thoughts were How are they standing? and They look like wings.

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(Brian Innes) #13

@afre, here’s some background information about them: https://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=30988

They are a natural rock formation, I suspect “split” many many years ago due to erosion / weathering.

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