Foggy forest photos are a beautiful and ethereal interplay between the sharp, defined, and intricate lines and geometry of trees and the nebulous fog. With the challenging conditions, they can be a bit tricky to shoot, however, but this great video will give you a wide range of helpful tips to get fantastic shots.
Coming to you from Photo Tom, this excellent video will give you tons of helpful tips for better forest photos in the fog. As the world begins to bloom again, many spring mornings will have a layer of fog across the ground before the sun begins to burn it off, and that is a wonderful chance to take some really entrancing and unique photos. One practical tip is simply to dress carefully. Spring mornings tend to be relatively damp and cold, but can give way to warmer afternoons relatively quickly, so make sure you dress appropriately for the entire day! That being said, foggy mornings are one of my favorite times; they are very peaceful meditative. Check out the video above for lots of helpful tips!
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