Peak District Landscape Photography - Padley Gorge Waterfalls

Posted on 12th November 2010 by Mark Tierney

These images were taken at Padley Gorge in the Peak District on a very windy autumn day. I love taking landscape photographs especially in the autumn so I arranged a visit to Derbyshire with my friend and fellow photographer Timm Cleasby. The Peak District is a very popular place for tourists because it's surrounded by large cities like Sheffield and Manchester. I'm very lucky because I can visit these beautiful places  through the week when it's quiet. There’s nothing worse than people getting in the way of a shot! Here are some of my favourites from Padley Gorge.

Tech info for photographers:

  • Canon 5D Mk1
  • Manfrotto tripod
  • Cable release
  • Mirror lock up
  • Circular Polariser Filter
  • Lee Big Stopper Filter

Tagged under: sheffield, peak district, autumn, padley gorge, grindleford, landscape photographer, landscape photography, derbyshire., lee big stopper

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About the author: Mark Tierney

Mark Tierney is a Yorkshire based Contemporary Wedding Photographer covering the UK and beyond.

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Gravatar By Timm Cleasby on 12th November 2010 at 1:18pm

They look great Mark… Looks like we both had quite a good day. I love the one of the leaves.

Gravatar By Mark Tierney on 12th November 2010 at 2:14pm

Thanks Timm!

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