06.26.2020 Fog Friday

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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22 Responses to 06.26.2020 Fog Friday

  1. Reflections don’t come much moodier, Steve. A truly lovely composition!

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  2. Now there’s a nice package of sun and fog and reflection. The lower left looks like a flock of birds in the sky.

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    • This wasn’t a planned composition until I noticed the reflection. There is an island I hoped to shoot in the fog but then the orange ball got my attention. The island got its due thereafter. Thanks.

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  3. Todd Henson says:

    So very nice. I love how you can just barely seen the line separating sky/land from water.

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  4. Love this composition, and exposure. Amazing how the reflection filters the fog away as compared to the sun in the sky through the fog.

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    • Thanks, Bob. Distance often makes the fog’s effect stronger so the nearer reflection was through thinner fog as well as the illumination causes the farther fog to be brighter and more dominant.

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  5. shoreacres says:

    No fog here, but I’m hoping for a similar effect from the Saharan dust. Unfortunately, we’ve still got rain in the forecast, but if the rain goes away, we might get lucky.

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    • If you have to have sandy skies, I guess getting a nice orange sunrise or sunset would be some compensation for the poor air quality. Maybe you’ll get a nice combination with some sea smoke.

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      • shoreacres says:

        No nice sunrises or sunsets happened along. I think some people got them, but the dust, combined with clouds, provided only a nice, even gray.

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      • That’s too bad, Linda. I wondered whether the sand would have a similar effect at sunset to that of the fires in Canada a few years ago that produced some amazing color, albeit for a tragic reason.

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  6. Great Image Steve! Love the sun reflecting in the water!

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  7. Oh wow … that is so enchanting a vision. Purely wonderful and accomplished, Steve.

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  8. krikitarts says:

    Was there a temptation to increase the contrast and darken the shadows? If so, I like that you resisted it!

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    • Not really, Gary. Once I got it into Lightroom that didn’t occur to me as I wanted to keep the ethereal quality. I often try different contrasts etc. but it struck me this way from visualization through processing.

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  9. Wow, lovely Steve!

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