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Published: January 5th 2011
It's a mystery around here why we get all this wonderful fog... but these are images I captured on a Tuesday night before our Photography Club. About a month after our arrival several teachers approached us about putting together workshops on teaching, teachers around campus how to take better photographs. Once the teachers learned about our extensive visual arts backgrounds in commercial photography, drawing, fine art, illustration, and photojournalism they asked us to put on photography workshops.
In October, I decided it was time to offer up to the teachers these Photography Workshops so that by the end of the winter they would have the knowledge about their cameras and be ready to start taking better images because they would learn more about themselves as photographers, what they enjoyed taking images of; architecture, landscapes, people, what their likes and dislikes of photography are and how to better use their cameras functions.
One evening after work this extremely thick fog rolled into the village. Immediately, I grabbed my camera prior to the photography club meeting and began snapping pictures as we walked along. During our club meeting, I explained to everyone that you must always be aware of your surroundings.
And the more aware of your surroundings you are the better your photography will become because you are paying attention to details. And never forget about wonderful weather changes such as fog, ice, snow, rain and wind. All these elements can help your as photographers!
These are images from that evening, enjoy!
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