Mist and fog offer wonderful opportunities for creating beautiful, mysterious and dramatic landscape photos. But this kind of weather can be challenging to shoot in due to the low light and visibility. In this short article you’ll discover eight quick and easy tips for capturing incredible iPhone photos in mist and fog.
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1. Venture out early in the morning for the best chance of finding fog in the landscape.
2. Explore your region to find the best foggy locations. Great places to find mist and fog include valleys, forests, and large bodies of water such as lakes and rivers.
6. Use fog to eliminate distractions in the background and create negative space in your composition. This will help your subject to stand out within the scene.
7. Create a sense of depth by including objects at different distances from the camera. The further away an object is, the more it will fade into the fog.
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