Fog is a frequent companion on the California coast. While this puts local sunset loving photographers at a distinct disadvantage, for those willing to embrace the damp and drizzle, it can be otherworldly. Fog has a way of transforming the most mundane locations into scenes of deep mystery. Dense fog shortens the visible distance and obliterates the horizon making every hill a cliff at the edge of the world, where every path disappears into the unknown. Into the unknowable.
These are five of my favorite images in which the fog plays not merely a supportive or atmospheric role, but where the image was transformed entirely by fog and mist.
If fog is a common feature of your personal landscape, don’t let it keep you from making great images.
Images from Fog Series #1.
2 thoughts on “Photographing Fog”
Awesome photos! The fog is so pretty. 😊
Thanks! I love how much it changes the landscape. One of my favorite shooting conditions.