Getting Above the Fog

I've been preparing an article about getting up high to improve one's perspective. While searching my catalog for examples, I came across this nearly forgotten shot from the Golden Gate Bridge. It was created in 2005 with a Canon 10D and a 17-40mm lens at sunset. In true San Francisco form, dense fog poured over the ocean as goosebumps ran up my arms. Apparently, there's always a cool breeze here, even in July. From this angle though, the tops of both towers were visible. This is just one of many reasons to find an elevated spot to work from. Look for the full piece soon. 

I have a new tutorial published every Saturday over on the PicsArt blog. Check it out here. If you'd like to see previous articles, here is a collection on Pinterest. 

TravelogueChris Corradino