Brilliantly Captured Fog Photography

Different elements can be used to create a sense of emotion in a place. One of the most common to incorporate into a photo is fog. A thick fog can add so much to a shot that when people look at the image, they know exactly what the experience was like when the photo was taken. Getting above the fog on a ridge or mountaintop allows for a clear view of the area with the fog nestled either in a series of mountain ridges or along a river. Even if the river can’t be seen, the fog that fills the area draws the viewer’s eye–maybe even more than the river itself would.

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All these photographs are copyright to maxxsmart at flickr


Aqeel Syed is a blogger with passion for good design and photography. At Photoity.com Aqeel shares his love for photography and his knowledge with fellow photographers.

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  3. some outstanding shots – another great post thanks

  4. funvblog says:

    Awesome collection of fog photography

  5. Bunnygotblog says:

    Totally breath taking photos.

  6. Brilliantly captured fog photography…

    Different elements can be used to create a sense of emotion in a place. One of the most common to incorporate into a photo is fog. A thick fog can add so much to a shot that when people look at the image, they know exactly what the experience was like …

  7. Man, i just want to thank you for sharing this amazing work. The images are just magnificent…

  8. They are really stunning! would have been even more so if there were a few more different locations

  9. I would have “Simple Fog” on my wall on large canvas any day, and the “Berkeley Municipal Pier” looks really spooky! Beautiful imagery here, I love it :-)

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