In early April, as I drove along the Lakeshore near the Boulevard Club, I noticed the eerie effect of the fog on the lake. Looking through the lens or checking the shots on the LED did not indicate how the photos were coming out. The frustrating part of this is that I could come away without a single good shot and not know that until I was home, looking at the photos on my computer. The LED is simply not big enough to discern details and whether the focus of the photo is clear or blurry. This is another reason I often take a hundred or more shots “just in case”.
The upside was that I did have several shots that worked out this particular day.