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It's day two and we want to see your mist covered landscape scenes. Find some inspiration from our mist photography article or if you already have an image you think would work perfectly with a bit of mist our Photoshop technique will show you how to create it digitally.
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To kick off today
Taken with my bridge camera (2004) with a little help from Noiseware.
Agra, India...looking in the opposite direction to the Taj Mahal
Here's one taken a few years ago at Eyebrook Reservoir very early morning:-
love those colours
Excellent images. I love the way mists can change things and add a mood - and we as togs have to do nothing apart from be there.
Lovely sky jken!
I took this with a 10D in 2005 Chain bridge in Budapest
The last time I went up Snowdon, I was looking forward to some wonderful panoramic vistas...and got this.
Like most mountains, the weather up there is totally unpredictable.
View over the Chatsworth Valley
Above is a link to my misty offering from my gallery - early morning sunrise from Baslow Edge looking down the Chatsworth Valley, in the distance is a hot air balloon as you often see early morning in the peak district.
Pete, Your Snowdon pic is up to your normal standards.
TTT, love the composition and the layered feel to the image
some interesting views (or not as the case may be! )
It would be interesting to have a session on filters. I just have clear ones to protect the lens, but can see the benefits of having others.
the misy was starting to break up when i took this shot at loch doon a couple of years ago.
Here's a misty one from me.. taken soon before the whole view of the Langdales was obliterated a few weeks ago..
Here's another that might enthuse someone, this is a newly cut ditch along the edge of a field:-
Last November on the 1st Pitlochry Meet
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