2021
iPhone Photography Peak District

iPhone Photography Peak District

The Peak District is the closest place for high and interesting Landscapes from home. It’s about 2 hours away from Lincoln. Whilst Lincolnshire has a vast amount of landscape to explore, it’s mostly all very flat. Let’s get to iPhone photography Peak District edition!

iPhone Photography Peak District

These photographs are a mix of 2 separate trips to Derbyshire. One from a couple of weeks ago and then the other trip was actually at some point last year. There are photographs included in this post from 3 different locations, Blue Johns cavern/Mam tor, Winnats Pass and Lady Bower Reservoir.

iPhone photography Peak District
The view from around Mam Tor area.

All images in this post were taken with an iPhone and edited using Adobe Lightroom Mobile with my own preset applied.

I really love shooting landscapes on my phone due to the wide-angle. I love how the wide-angle, makes the scene looks, whilst there is always a slight distortion with wide-angle photographs, it manages to capture much more detail which is essential when it comes to creating an interesting and captivating Landscape in my opinion.

iPhone photography Peak District
Mam Tor scenes
Mam Tor scenes

iPhone photography Peak District
Mam Tor scenes

Mam Tor is a brilliant location for getting massive open skies if that’s the kind of photographs you want. I love this location for that very reason, I also like to walk down the hills to get some beautiful valley style shots too. I always love to look up at the vast hills, it reminds me just how small we are in this big world.

Winnats Pass
Winnats Pass
iPhone photography Peak District
Lady owner Reservoir
Ladybower Resevoir
Ladybower Reservoir

Which location I’m the Peak District do you prefer for taking photographs? It doesn’t have to be a location I’ve listed here it can be somewhere you’ve been before that isn’t included in this post! Let me know in the comments.

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