Scenario: It’s rainy and there is heavy fog. Visibility is dismal. You are trapped on a tour bus, zooming down one of the most scenic roads in North America. You are sitting in the front seat with a camera in your hands.
Question: What do you do?
Answer: You set the ISO up high and dial the aperture number down low, ensuring a high shutter speed. You crank the zoom lens out and aim through the bus window located about four feet away, dodging the windshield wiper. Click. Back on the computer, you tweak the image with some simple editing, add a graduated filter for a wee bit of moody color punch, and top it off with a distressed texture layer. Then you sit back and call it art.
Well, at least that’s what I do!
Cape Breton foggy silhouettes