Shooting a Triptych

Shooting a Triptych

Shooting a Triptych

Chris Sale

Shooting a Triptych

Shooting a Triptych - I recently visited Buttermere in the Lake District for a landscape photography 1-2-1 with a friend of mine, Cat.

While we were there I challenged Cat to shoot a triptych, a set of three images intended to be viewed together.

The three shots that were went for were: - Fleetwith Pike and Haystacks - Peggy's Bridge - The Lone Tree of Buttermere

Personally I think Cat did a great job. What do you think?

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