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The Creature From The Blue Lagoon

Photographer’s Friend: Fog

Natural and Artificial

I love employing fog for its unique optical properties. It renders the path of light visible. It diffuses the light. It simplifies the composition by hiding irrelevant or distracting detail or clutter. It changes the mood of a photo, making it appear mysterious, contemplative or gloomy. I used all these effects together in the…




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Bruce Walker

Bruce Walker

Photographer, recovering bourgeois, coffee lover & multidisciplinary geek. Photo-genre best described as “Erratica”. Social:

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