Foggy Morning

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    Hi guys! I wish I had more time to wander around in the fog to take some pictures the other morning, but I had to get to work. There are a lot of cool old buildings in my neighborhood so I went out in search of some creepy fog shots. C&C always appreciated! Thanks!
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    Do they look more fogy in color?
     
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    I don't know... here are a few in color...

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    I like color ones better, especially #4, a wider lens would have helped. Just my openion - overall it is good :thumbup:
     
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    That is a really deep DOF. What were your settings?
     
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    interesting shots....i love fog. gives mystery to the overall photo.
     
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    Are you using a Dslr? I like the fog shots in color what gets me is that when ever you try to translate a digital color shot to B&W it just never seems to work.
     
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    Thanks. I actually grabbed my camera with the 100mm attached and didn't notice until I was out the door that it was the 100mm and not my wider angle. d'oh! :confused:
     
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    Looks like I was set on F16, ISO 400, and around 1/125 for the shots.
     
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    thanks!
     
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    Yes, I am using a DSLR. I'm not going to say I have the best b&w conversion on these, but can you elaborate on what you think doesn't work converting color digital photos into b&w?

    Thanks everybody for all of your input.
     
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    It wasn't a comment on your shot per say but a general overall comment on digital color to B&W. I really don't think that I can quantify it but the digital B&W seem to have a "waxy" quality almost as if the color is trying to come back though. It's hard to define and that may just be me.
     

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