A Look Back In Time

Way back in 2013 I wrote about the sea defences that protect Prestatyn and showed a series of photographs taken at sunset. When I look back at that post I realise how cringe worthy my photographs were then, mainly due to over enthusiatic use of HDR processing. Nowadays I would do those photos completely differently,... Continue Reading →

St Hilary’s Chapel – Denbigh

The tower and a short section of wall is all that remains of a medieval chapel of ease dedicated to St Hilary, built into the late 13th century town walls of Denbigh. The chapel was created sometime around 1300 as a depency of Whitchurch just over a mile to the east. The chapel would have been... Continue Reading →

HDR Express Does It Again For Me

I've tried almost every HDR program out there but I never could get the result I wanted. Mainly because of the highlight area around the top of the lighthouse. No matter what software I used, I always found that they were just a little bit over-exposed. Yes, I know you can play around with masking... Continue Reading →

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