Falls of Dochart, Killin, Scotland.

This photo of the  beautiful Falls of Dochart that runs through the small town of Killin, Scotland has been manipulated to my taste by the use of HD rendering. I’ve visited the town of Killin many times and mostly during the local festival celebrations. The falls are located at the western end of Loch Tay, the famous white waters of the Falls of Dochart can be viewed from the village’s bridge. In fact wherever you stand in proximity of the falls you will find spectacular views.

I decided on enhancing the picture because I love the effects that HD photos can give you. It’s one of my first attempts and I have to admit that the original photo was a little flat colour wise. This didn’t put me off though because I wanted to produce a weird, fantasy, dreamy picture with a bit of drama thrown in. I hope you like it as much as I do and please keep watching my website as there will be more to come with improvements along the way as I gain more experience in this genre.More on Killin – Killin lies at the centre of the area known as Breadalbane (Gaelic Bràghad Albainn meaning ‘the high ground of Scotland’) and the hills of the Tarmachan Ridge and Lawers Range can be seen clearly from the main street of the village.   What Killin is most noted for, however, are the Falls of Dochart, where the River Dochart tumbles into the heart of the village beneath the Dochart Bridge.  As a tourist village, it is somewhat ironic that the worse the weather, the more dramatic the main tourist attraction becomes! Don’t let this put you off though, it’s an absolutely gorgeous place no matter what the weather offers you. I’ve never been during the snow season but the photos I’ve seen are truly spectacular.