Digging through some older files, I came across several Northern Ireland scenic images that were taken with an older series camera. As technology changes, so does one’s ability to edit and process image files, and reprocess them … especially older files that can be enhanced to bring out more detail than was previously possible.
While driving along the Northern Coastline some years ago, we encountered this castle on a grassy cliff.
Notice all the shadow detail in the reprocessed image. It all existed in the file but was difficult to bring out years ago without introducing a tremendous amount of digital noise. The same is true for the castle stonework.
As the road wound closer to the water’s edge, we stopped to admire these rock cliffs with the rolling grass fields.
The beauty of the cliff walls was lost in the original image, so too was the detail in the rocks along the water.