Fog Lifting

© Dag Olav Norem

Photograph by Dag Olav Norem, (portfolio)
Location: Lake Kroderen, Buskerud, Norway (google maps) (wiki)
Date: February 3, 2012

Camera: Nikon D7000 (Amazon)
Focal Length: 85mm
Shutter Speed: 1/500 sec
Aperture: f/8
ISO/Film: 100

Note: Dag Olav Norem captured this fog rolling over Lake Kroderen in Buskerud, Norway. He stated that it was a very cold morning, about -25 degrees and that the fog was heavy over the lake. As he was driving pass, it starting lifting, creating a very interesting image that he has captured. I love the dark trees with long shadows in the foreground and the blanket of fog that is rolling over top of them. Awesome timing and capture.

Tip: Shooting in the early mornings can often be a good time to capture the low ambient lighting with fog. Check your forecast for the temperature and dew point to be within a few degrees from each other. Weather forecasts don’t always discuss dewpoints, but there are some other events that can spark some fog (wiki).

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