How did you manage to take a good picture of fog? I always get something that looks dim.

Ah, well you may need to add some exposure compensation to tell the camera that it should be whiter than a normal scene (or brighten it later). Focussing can also be a challenge if it’s really foggy so you need at least some things that are crisp or focus manually.


Was there much fog in the foreground of this picture? It looks pretty clear up until the third tree. Did you use any flash?

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