High Water

Poor lighting doesn’t have to lead to poor photos. Dimitri Vasileiou describes how he still managed to capture some great images on a recent trip to the Lake District when the sun didn’t appear

Spring is almost upon us, bringing with it an abundance of new photo opportunities, which has made me reflect on the diversities of each season and the images they bring.

During a recent photo workshop in England’s beautiful Lake District, I was really surprised to see the water levels of most lakes higher than I have ever seen them before. What was shocking, however, was the height the water level had been prior to our visit and during the recent floods. One quick look at the remnants of the flood would testify that items such as jetties or boathouses had been well under water. I was trying to imagine how different the place must have looked and yet my imagination could not stretch that far. The picture this month showcases the current situation. You can only try to imagine what …

Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside Issue 62 of Landscape Photography Magazine.

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Dimitri Vasileiou is a highly acclaimed landscape photographer, writer and photographic workshop leader. A professional photographer for several years, he was born in Greece and currently resides in Scotland.

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