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Finding the Mist – LBD Photography

Learn by Doing Photography – Practice your photography skills with weekly photography assignments. I will post a new assignment every Friday, you can post your pictures at the bottom of this post or on the DigitalCamFan Facebook. If you have any questions please refer to the guidelines, if you have no questions jump right in any time!

Last week my mom and I got up before then sun and headed out to a a great spot in the middle of the valley to capture the sun rise. It was beautiful this morning, perfectly quiet, perfectly still just my mom and I taking pictures. What a great way to start off the day! On the way home out a there was a huge wall of fog that crossed the road. Of course we pulled over and got the cameras out and took a few pictures. The fog was only there for about 10 more minutes before the sun started shinning through.

I shot in aperture priority. I was using the Canon 60D with the 24-105mm lens 1/2000 sec at f/5.0.

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I found some excellent tutorials on how to shoot photos in the fog, mist or haze. As always Cambridge in Colour has an excellent one very informative! I also really liked FotoFlock.com – Fog Photography the basics. They get technical and talk about fooling the meter. Both were a good read, but I think the best tip out there was get up and get out and do it!

PhotoNetWorks has a great tutorial about getting up early and capturing that fog!

Remember you can post your pictures at the bottom of this post or on the DigitalCamFan Facebook. If you have any questions please refer to the guidelines, if you have no questions jump right in any time!

Next week on Learn by Doing Photography Assignment #40 – Composition and Rule of Thirds


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