It was foggy tonight when I finished my psychology class. So I went home, grabbed my camera and took some shots around the university. I was amazed at the rays of light I was seeing when I had some branches in front of a light source. The mist only lasted about an hour, but the rays of light that surrounded me in the university parking lot were amazing!
About the Photo
*Camera: Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS *Lens: EF-S 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 IS *Shutter Speed: 30Sec. *Aperture Value: F/9.0 *ISO: 100 *Focal Length: 55.0mm
I shot this on a tripod using mirror lockup, a polarizing filter, and a 2Sec. selftimer. I processed the image in Photoshop CS4 and did a little cloning near the bottom to remove some parking lot clutter.
One interesting thing I noticed today is that when you turn a polarizing filter in front of your eye while looking at a computer screen it will go completely black!