Settle Train Station at Twilight

On my way back form Scalebar Foss, I had a 15 minute wait at Settle train station. Tripod still in hand, it made sense to set up and take a few low-light images. The sky was being obligingly moody, and that space between late afternoon and twilight provided the right mix of  fading natural light and artificial light.

Twilight on the platform
Twilight on the platform

This is an 8 second exposure, converted to black and white and enhanced with Topaz Detail.

Enjoy.

Published by Phil

Hello. I am Phil Songa. Photography is something I have always found joy in. I love the ability to capture a thing, a place, a time, an expression. I love the colour. I love the mood. I love the process of taking a photo. I love the process of going out to take a photo. I love to look at photos. In short, when it comes to photos I am sold. I am self-taught which, they say, is the best way to learn. Experimenting and trying out new things is all part of the process of enjoyment. And I aim to convey that joy to you too. I photograph a variety of subjects and enjoy both contemporary and traditional looks. People, music and things are my favourite subjects, and so I apply my skills to a range of areas including weddings, portraits and product photography. In my personal projects, I am currently re-discovering the joys of black and white representation, using HDR techniques and long exposure photography. I also enjoy jazz and African music, reading, writing and travelling. One day I would love to go round the world with just my camera - and some cash to spend! Thank you for visiting. Come back soon.

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