I have always wanted to capture a shot of Corfe Castle rising out of the mist at sunrise - such an iconic shot for any budding landscape photographer.
With a day off work, and a plan to head to Dorset, I saw that mist was forecast - the alarm was set for 4am and I headed to Corfe from home in Bristol. As I neared Corfe I was unsure if there would be any mist, but decided to give it a go - I climbed up West Hill in the dark and set up - as the light increased the most incredible sight started to develop - absolutely ideal conditions - worth all the effort!! I cannot believe my luck, that I experienced such a perfect morning on my first attempt at shooting Corfe Castle.
Sot on Sony A7iii camera, 24-70 f4 lens, with 3 Legged Thing Winston tripod. No filters. 38mm, ISO 50, f16, 10 second exposure.
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