On an early November morning I ventured out to the top of the Devil's Dyke valley, near Brighton to capture the dense fog that was rolling across the South Downs.
This was a great vantage point some 200m high up with views across the surrounding countryside.
A nearby wooded near provided a the perfect background for errie black & white imagery showing the fog lingering in the atmosphere.
The tripod was set up, the camera connected with a remote shutter release and the camera set to 'bulb' for a long exposure. The medium aperature of f/8 or f/11 was sufficent to ensure there was decent depth of field. Once home, I spent some time in Adobe Lightroom processing the RAW files, adjusting the tone levels and tweaking contrast and brightness.