Hascombe Hill

As part of my Narrative Project for university, I visited Hascombe Hill to try and capture some moody and mysterious imagery.

Hascombe Hill is in Surrey, England and was home to an Iron Age fort. Now all that stands there is a stone circle, though this was made in the 1900s by the Modern Order of Druids. The history of the stone circle there has an ambiguity about it, which is why I found it the perfect place to take a photo shoot.

I used a Nikon D3100 with the kit lens, or my Tamron 70-300mm lens. I always like taking two lenses with different focal lengths, as it gives you more opportunity’s when you’re on a shoot. I played around with the saturation and hue tones in camera raw on photoshop afterwards to emphasise the moodiness of the imagery.

Here I took landscape pictures, as well as macro photographs. Let me know what you think of them!

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