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    • Vic, I can understand the editorial choice of the local paper. I hope you will have some other "good fog" days during Winter which will allow you to further explore and exploit such magical weather condition.
    • Thanks very much for commenting Marco. Yes, I agree the oof dog is unfortunate. I could have closed the aperture one stop which may have been enough to sharpen it although I like to keep the SS up with this lens. I used the wide aperture to accentuate the density of the fog with a shallow DoF. The local paper chose to use the two pictures which impressed you least. The editor preferring those shots because the density of the fog felt greater with figures disappearing into it rather than appearing from it. However, my reasons for taking them that way was more from a desire to avoid recognition of the camera and subsequent loss of the candid nature of the shots as happened in the first picture of the girls walking towards me.
    • Vic, thank you for sharing this series of fog captures of which I find this the most interesting because of the curious pose of the canine subject. Pity this dog is somewhat out of focus otherwise I would have suggested to crop the right 2/5 of the image to emphasize it as the main subject. The previous image is also quite nice (in spite of the trash bin), whereas I find the successive ones less so as I am not enticed by the back-captured peoples.
    • Very nice indeed! It reminds me of Orange County in Southern California where I had the fortune to live for some years.
    • StockTrader, I find this image chromatically captivating, but less than ideal in term of composition. I guess it is because the road was captured off center which makes it looks somewhat skewed (even if the horizon appears to be level). Also, I think that the image would have benefited by selectively lightening the darker areas (e.g. the grass) as to reveal more of their content. As they are these areas are just murky without being a silhouette. 
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