Chicago weather has been bonkers as of late. The most recent wave of it brought random fog on a off all weekend. After a few attempts I finally was able to catch it and be up in the John Hancock Observatory at the same time on Sunday (March 25th).
There are five main scenes.
0:04 - Right after the fog began leaving - 10-22mm from Southeast side of the John Hancock Observatory
0:41 - Fog action - 10-22mm from the Southwest side of the John Hancock Observatory
1:15 - More fog action - 17-40mm from the Southwest side of the John Hancock Observatory
2:00 - Clearing fog - 10-22mm from Southeast side of the John Hancock Observatory
2:09 - Fog left. Clouds Cam. New location near Adler Planetarium - 10-22mm
All shot on a Canon 7D in video mode to capture every movement as it was a fast moving fog. Used a 10-22mm and 17-40mm lenses. I regret not busting out my 50mm 1.4. I also wish I would have brought the two other cameras I had access to so I could have had multiple angles/perspectives. Next time.
I also did a color graded version but it rendered even more compressed than this so I scrapped it for now.
Music: Tycho - A Walk