I noticed some eerie looking fog right along 281 Wednesday night after all the rain we had.
So I pulled out my DSLR (and tripod) and took a few shots. You can see some of them if you CLICK HERE
As you'll see on the video from our newscast, John Gerard explains how it formed after all that humidity left in the atmosphere settled down,
And an FYI for photographers and would-be photographers: I think what made these and other shots look fairly decent is that I used a tripod and a fairly long exposure. The only thing I did to them to these was to "sharpen" the image.
As I learned in high school and over a few decades of shooting -- it's your eye that's the most important part of a photograph. Try to notice things that would make a cool picture, compose it it as best you can, use the lowest ISO (or ASA) possible for your camera, think about your aperture and shutter speeds for the effect they'll have. And if at all possible, use a tripod.
And if all that fails, try to fix in the darkroom or the edit room or Photoshop. But don't quote me on that last part.