Our love of simple, almost minimalistic images often leads us to the water’s edge on foggy days. Shooting in adverse conditions such as mist and fog helps us to pare down the elements in our images and gives us the artistic simplicity we strive for. But shooting at the water’s edge can also give the image the added dimension of a mirror like reflection.
Some time ago we realised that only shooting monochrome images in adverse conditions severely limited our output, so we decided to explore other avenues. Taking advantage of “low key” images has added another dimension to our photography and allowed us to pursue monochrome photography in the summer months and acts as a stark contrast to our normal “high Key” style.