Caught My friend Thomas, while we where visiting the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca.
- Aperture: ƒ/22
- Camera: NIKON D300
- Taken: 1 November, 2009
- Focal length: 12mm
- ISO: 1600
- Shutter speed: 1/60s
Here’s another shoot from the foggy beach in Casablanca – the first one was “The Wanderer” – but besides the man and his horse there where these guys playing soccer, which must have been a bit hard when you really can’t see each other.
Are you photo blogging – and using WordPress or the Blogger blog site – then I just found a Lightroom plugin that might come in handy at “Photographer’s Toolbox” it’s the “LR/Blog” plugin, which allows you to export your photos directly to your blog, it’s really neat. And for a small donation to the developer, you can export images above 300 x 300 pi, it is well worth it.
I did all the post processing – once again – with Lightroom, I color corrected the photo, added a small vignette to get more focus on the woman, and I did a slight crop.
In the winter, in Casablanca there is a very strong sea fog blowing in from the Atlantic Ocean, and it gives these very foggy beaches. This man and his horse is no more than 80-85 feet away from me.
But you need to be carefull with your camera, cause the fog comes from water containing salt. I believe, however, that you have to be in the fog a long time in order to ruin your camera.
The photo is as it was made with my D300, I have adjusted a little contrast and corrected the image horizontally, but other then that nothing.