Shooting In The Fog

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I went out early Saturday to the lake for some more practice and got rained out. :frown: We needed the rain very badly!

I went back early Sunday and there was fog everywhere! I've never shot in fog so any pointers would be appreciated.

Here are a few shots of my attempt at shooting in fog using a tripod (for a change!:tongue:) and CP.


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Thanks,

MikeT
 
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Lovely! #1 and #2 look like they were shot at dusk rather than near dawn. I would like to try shooting in the fog, what did you meter off of?

Thanks,
 
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well....
you might have never shot in the fog before
but... i sure hope you will again soon

these are TERRIFIC
very nice series of images
peaceful
mysterious
wonderful

thanks for sharing them with us
 
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Lovely! #1 and #2 look like they were shot at dusk rather than near dawn. I would like to try shooting in the fog, what did you meter off of?

Thanks,



Thanks DaniLew!

I arrived at the lake around six am so it was still quite dark. The fog scatters available light so it would be difficult to meter off anything. I took bracket shots, then checked the histogram. The lighting changed very fast and the fog got more dense.

It was an interesting shoot for me.


MikeT
 
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I arrived at the lake around six am so it was still quite dark. The fog scatters available light so it would be difficult to meter off anything. I took bracket shots, then checked the histogram. The lighting changed very fast and the fog got more dense.

Thanks for the info, Mike.
 

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