I’ve just completed my latest article for David Noton’s Chasing the Light magazine about my intense interest in the weather. This is part of a series of article helping to explain how we can use forecasting and also our knowledge to better predict the conditions we want , as landscape photographers, to photograph and this time concentrating on fog, mist and haze.
I describe topics such as how different mechanisms form fog and mist and exactly what the hell causes the dread haze. In the next article I will discuss storms, lightening and atmospheric phenomena 🙂
The article is available for f11 members which is a great resource for techniques and inspiration for the budding photographer of all types. The article is part of the August 2017 (Issue 68) edition.
This month there is David Noton’s Behind the Lens feature on the shoots that made up his Summer of ’17, from wind-blown hill tops to sojourns under the stars. His Milky Way shoot on the Jurassic Coast is also deconstructed from planning to output in this month’s How it’s Done feature and accompanying Post-Production Videos.
Meanwhile Bas Meelker gets in on the act of summer shooting in the Netherlands, while Ben Pipe is in Puglia and Jeremy Flint reports from China. Ross Hoddinott reflects on the highs and the lows of his photographic career so far. David also recalls a damp dusk shoot in Cambridge, continues his deconstruction of The Workflow with a video on how best to view our images, and there’s his Video Field Trial on the search for the perfect camera bag.