When The Fog Lifts
This is a photo I almost didn’t take. The entire day the San Diego coast was covered in a soupy fog. The kind of fog where the bits of moisture floating around are clearly visible. The kind of fog when you stand in it for a few minutes, your clothes feel a little damp and your skin wet. Everything about the day was telling me not to go to the ocean with my camera.
I went anyway. And I’m glad I did.
I planned to take the fog as a challenge and go for a minimalistic photo. And then the fog started burning off - fast. With about a half hour to go before sunset, the only fog was well off shore. The photo here is one of the last I took that day.
Watch for an In The Field video of this shoot later this month!
- Sony A7Rii w/ Sony FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS
- f/16 @ 26mm, 108 sec, ISO 100
- Formatt-Hitech 10-stop ND filter
- Really Right Stuff TVC-34L w/ BH-55 head
- Processed in Lightroom, finishing touches in ON1 Photo RAW