Monday, December 10, 2007
Shooting in the Fog
As I drove by a golf course this morning I caught sight of trees disappearing in the fog. I immediately stopped because fog usually offers a good chance at an interesting picture. For me, the thing that makes fog photographs most interesting is to be close to a nearby object, and then to have other objects behind, become fainter and fainter as they receded into the distance. I don't quite have that here, but there is enough of that effect to make the tree in the foreground more interesting because of the faint images in the background.
Posted by Ken Spencer at 10:08 PM