Teesdale High force waterfall photography
A couple of weeks ago
The journey to Teesdale waterfall
We set off from my house in Doncaster at around 2 pm. It’s a pretty long drive of around 3 hours to
When we arrived at
When we were heading down to the waterfall to take photos we literally ran down the track to where the waterfall was. When we saw it we
After arriving at high force
As soon as we arrived I saw a couple sat on a rock enjoying a moment together watching the powerful waterfall, I quickly framed my photo so that they were in it and I took my first photo, right after I had taken that photo they got up and left. I then took the rest of
Here is the photo again of the photo I had taken after all the editing and blending different exposures.
My bid to find the couple in Teesdale
After the photo was edited I thought it would be great to try and find the couple who was in the photo, I thought this might be a very hard task as I could only see the back of them on the photo. So I put the image on Facebook and asked for help sharing the photo to see if I could find the couple. I asked every photographer I know to share it too. After over 1000 shares on Facebook, I finally got a message from The guy in the photos mum who had spotted it and reached out to me, It turns out her mum actually lives in Doncaster which amazed me as I took this photo 3 hours away from my house.
When I shared my photo I said if I found them I would give them a free canvas of the photo for them. In the meantime, while I was getting contact details for the couple I had Newcastle’s main radio station call me as they wanted to run a story on my photo, I was over the moon with this news and just shows you the power of social media. I did eventually get the couples details and sent them a free canvas as promised and here is a picture they sent me when they received it.