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I don’t know about you, but on days when fog or mist dominate the atmosphere I feel similarly overcome by sluggishness.
Staring out the window into the haze, I figure I’ll just take it easy while I wait for conditions to clear up. Until I look up, that is. I look up at the surrounding buildings and the way they dramatically disappear into the fog and next thing I know I’m hightailing it out the door.
Fog, mist and even low clouds can be used to create visually stunning images, but these are also situations that can sometimes be tricky to handle.
Keep reading to learn a few tips to help you take better photos in foggy and misty conditions.
Get An Early Start
Most of the time fog and mist develop overnight and they may not stick around the entire day, so fight the urge to stay in bed on dreary days as there may be some great shots awaiting you.
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