Thick fog enveloped Winslow Hill every morning of my recent trip. The elk here are quite tolerant on humans so getting close enough to photograph them was not a problem even with the limited visibility.
A common mistake when photographing in fog is to under-expose the image. The camera's meter cannot accurately set the exposure automatically in fog. To correct the exposure it is necessary to compensate anywhere from +.5 to +1.5 stops.
When properly exposed, fog shots can be some of the most memorable images from an outing to Pennsylvania's elk range.