Sunday, August 31, 2014

Foggy Morning

Morris, Connecticut

Late July, just about a month ago. There was an interesting weather forecast, beginning with morning fog and moving into stormy conditions later in the day. A good shoot, ranging through northwestern CT and over as far west as Chatham, NY. This sort of "thick" atmosphere is one of the rare situations that will prompt me to use a longer than normal lens, in this case a 45mm on 4/3s format.


2 comments:

Richard Alan Fox said...

I believe you use a GX-7, what lens do you use as a normal?

Carl said...

Richard, yes, I've been using a GX7 for...exactly ten months now. My standard lens is the 20mm f/1.7. I do a large majority of my pictures with that (as I use a 35mm lens most of the time in 35 format, and a 240mm for 8x10, etc.) Short-normal is normal for me.