If you have an interest in photography and visiting edinburgh, then clicking photographs from the top of the Calton Hill is the must thing to do in Edinburgh.
I am publishing this post after a short break and this time I come up with City View Photography Tips from my Scotland’s travel diary. This Photograph I have taken at the top of Calton Hill Edinburgh, Scotland. Calton Hill is one of the busiest tourist spots of Edinburgh for sightseeing. If you are a tourist then surely you will like visiting there. It’s not only beautiful but eye pleasing. Breeze at this Edinburgh’s attraction will surely make you feel a deep sense of relaxation.
Every corner of Calton Hill Edinburgh has a quite different view, which makes it an experimental spot for beginners in photography like me. So have a look at how I have clicked this photography. The day I visited there was a warm day, I visited there just before evening. When I saw the city view imagination works and I wanted to click a shot as in my mind, but the lighting was not exactly like my imagination. So ultimately I have edited this photograph too to bring my imagination to reality (as I have mentioned in my one of my previous post ). I have not clicked photograph in raw image, so after editing, I have not got the finishing but still, I got the image pretty close as per imagination
Photography Tips – City View from Calton Hill Edinburgh
DSLR Camera setting for this image is below:
- Camera Mode: Manual
- Aperture: F 5.6
- Shutter Speed: 1/30 s
- ISO: ISO 100
- Focal Length: 55mm
- Lens: Lens used is AF-P 18-55mm VR Kit Lens.
- Flash: Not used
- Location: Calton Hill Edinburgh, Scotland
- Weather: Warm Day with Clouds
- Time of the day: Evening, near about 4:00 PM
- Editing: Yes, for this image I have increased the warmth of the overall image. And late on using Graduated filter of Adobe Lightroom, increase more warmth of cloud and top lines of hills
- Contract: increased by 30
- Highlights: Highlights are reduced to brings up shadows of clouds
- Similarly, Whites are reduced and Shadows and blacks are increased
- I have not played with Hue, Saturation, and Luminance for this image
I have used my NIkon D5300 Digital SLR camera for this shoot, You can have a glance at the camera below: