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06/11/2006 03:43:52 AM · #1
I've always wanted to capture a morning sunset with fog but i'm never that thrilled to wake up that early, so instead I decided to make my own fog. what do you guys think of the results, too fake?

I kinda wanted a eerie feel to it too.
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06/11/2006 03:54:06 AM · #2
The colors look fake and overdone. To get that eerie feeling you'll have to play with curves and contrast and possible grunge it up a bit. The fog seems ok, but too little. Maybe take a photo of some smoke and create fog using that.
06/11/2006 03:59:32 AM · #3
i agree with ignite, also you may want to try turning around 180deg and shooting sunrises in the morning. lol

I was trying to get something achieve a similar effect yesterday but this was as close as i was able to get.

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06/11/2006 04:09:07 AM · #4
the kinda fog that i had in mind was the one that looks like a low flying cloud, i really like how it looks but its hard to know when it will be that dense, sometimes the fog out here is way thick..and i dont feel like camping out to get a shot that i probably wont like very much in a place thats an hour away :(

i'll redo the pic later and see if i can get a more neutral tone

Message edited by author 2006-06-11 04:10:13.
06/11/2006 04:23:48 AM · #5
Tried it with a few layers. How does it look?
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06/11/2006 04:55:01 AM · #6
follow this link and select David from San Jose, CA
You have a down-loadable PS tutorial on making fog .
PS it's at the end of the tutorial

Message edited by author 2006-06-11 04:55:42.
06/11/2006 05:41:44 AM · #7
thats the exact technique I used, except I didnt use the gradient tool. haha i thought my idea was unique
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