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Thursday, 18 January 2018

Taking and Processing Fog & Mist Photos

Todays article gives some very extensive tips on the best way to take and process photos in the mist. It is written by Max Therry‘, whose passion for photography developed during his time in art school, where he would borrow his friends’ cameras and take photos of everything unusual around him. When this passion gained almost obsession-like traits, he bought his own Sony system and vowed to take as many photos as he could. After about a decade of filling up multiple hard drives, he says it’s time to share his experiences with whoever’s interested.

Taking beautiful images of mist and fog can be challenging, but it’s a skill worth learning. Fog and mist usually form during the night and are seen at their best in the early morning as the sun rises. Be prepared to get up early to catch the best shots! Follow this link to read the full article............. Taking and Processing Fog & Mist Photos:
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Here are three of my images taken in misty conditions, though I am sure they would have been improved had I read Max's article before taking them!
tips on the best way to take and process photos in the mist
Turbines In The Mist
Burbo Bank Offshore Wind Farm viewed in the evening mist from New Brighton, Wallasy, on the Wirral, England. The wind farm is located on the Burbo Flats in Liverpool Bay on the Irish Sea.
tips on the best way to take and process photos in the mist
Birds in the Mist
Birds coming out of the must as dawn rises on the River Danube in Romania.
tips on the best way to take and process photos in the mist
Birds at Dawn
Birds at Dawn on the River Danube in Romania.

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