Photographer captures fog waves after 8 years of experimenting :

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“For the last 8 years Ive been shooting in the San Francisco area. I have been absolutely obsessed with the fog.,” says Nicholas Steinberg, an award winning published photographer residing in the San Francisco Bay area focusing on dramatic landscapes and everything else that strikes his eye.

“Day and night its what I live for and what defines my photographic style. I check the cams, satellites, and other forecasts always if I will be able to just get up and go. We even have a small group of about 20 of us known as, “Fogaholics” where we keep each other updated all the time as soon as we see it roll in,” says Nicholas Steinberg.

Nicholass interest in photography began on a journey to Mexico around the Yucatan peninsula in 2008 where he went for a short vacation. Nicholas shares his best memories and the struggle he had to go through for capturing these moments with Bored Panda. “Recently in my studies of the area I have discovered something amazing. During the summer months, when the fog is created from high amounts of inland heat, it gets too high to shoot in the bay area (including the Golden Gate Bridge) as it is usually above 1,000′ and the bridge sits at 746. In addition, since it is coming from the Pacific Ocean, the coastline is pretty much unshootable. So, the only option is to hit up the high vantage points, one of the best being Mt. Tamalpais, which sits at 2,572′.

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