It is no secret I love the Isle of Skye so I’ve decided to honour it by publishing 1 photograph per day for the next 5 days.
I start this series with a capture of Beinn Edra at sunrise last August during one of my photography workshops. Beinn Edra is the highest point on the northern half of the Trotternish Ridge.
This was made with my Canon TS-E 24mm II and is the result of 3 shots stitched side by side. I used my Lee 105mm polariser filter and a combination of Neutral Density graduated filters to retrieve the sky. This location is really loved by my students as we can get great landscape at sunrise pretty much all year round.
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