Click on the image to view a larger version, then click your browser's 'BACK' button to return to this page.
A pre-Christmas trip over to Limerick in Ireland to see our son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren gave my wife Liz and I a few hours to spare before our flight back home from Cork airport.
We were blessed with one of those all too rare days of exceptional winter weather, with hardly a breath of wind and clear blue skies lit by razor sharp sunlight, undiffused by any dust or moisture.
Our chosen location for our pre-flight wait was the seaside town of Kinsale, just a few miles from Cork and a really interesting and lovely place to explore.
It's at this point I was really glad I managed to squeeze a severely reduced camera kit into my RyanAir approved carry on baggage, comprising just a Canon 6D body fitted with my smallest lens, a 50mm f1.4 prime.
And it was this kit that I used throughout our stay in Kinsale to photograph the beautiful scenery, making heavy use of panoramic stitching to achieve the views and compositions I wanted.
Such as this rendition of part of Kinsale harbour, captured in the twilight glow following sunset and featuring the highly photogenic waterfront buildings reflecting beautifully in the still waters below.
Filename - kinsale harbour panorama 12
Lens - 50mm prime
Exposure - 1/60 sec @ f5.6, ISO1600
Filters - None.
Location - Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland
Image enhancements - Adobe Lightroom
Comments - Panoramic collage created by stitching multiple overlapping frames together in Adobe Lightroom. Raised ISO used to allow handheld exposure.
All content copyright © Howard Litherland 2009-2020 unless otherwise stated.