Not sure if I should post under scenic or under "Camera (mis) Technique"
I finished the fence project the other evening
but still have a little cleanup work to do
There are 9 more sections of fence off to the left out of view. The 50 year old chain link is gone
I went outside to take some pictures of the finished product.
When I took the camera outside from air conditioning goodness to post-thunderstorm, 95 deg, 101% humidity (I figure if water droplets are forming in the air and dropping out, it's got to be over 100%!?!) Georgia summer, fog immediately condensed over the camera, especially the lens.
I gave it a whirl anyway and kind of liked the effect.
So I tried a B/W version too (I think it's a little dark (?) and needs rotated 1 deg. ccw)
Yeah, I know I blew out the sky, but couldn't tone it down without a grad ND filter.
But I think this may even add to the effect. Or I may be completely addled.
Reminds me of some of the old ghosted pictures I remember seeing in my grandparents old photos.
I came; I saw; I shot; I shared.