fog night vol. 1 (no 56k)

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  1. cpelsy2k1

    cpelsy2k1 TPF Noob!

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    We had a crazy foggy night last night, which means great pics! heres the first batch:

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    Cox Hall with foggy moon
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    Nice light refractions
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    Looks surreal
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    Nice little macro shot
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    disappearing into the fog
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    Through the tree 1
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    Through the tree 2
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh, how lovely. The second photo is very nice - did you use some kind of filter in order to get the starry effect of the light reflected by the window? And what is the light source?

    And yes, I like your "neat little macro shot" with the water droplets of the fog on the cobweb in the fence. Great orange colour - street light?

    I was hoping for some fog yesterday night, but none would appear. Maybe tonight?
     
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    i like the little macro thingy very much. the colors are great.
     
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    no filters used, the fog just made for som real interesting effects, as for the macro there was a parking light behind it so it was a street lamp
     

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