I find myself looking more for color in water these days. Whether its autumn foliage reflected in a local lake (see above) or a city scene captured thru a rain covered car window (see below) the reflective properties of water can really spice up an image.
When photographing trees reflected in a lake I tend to use the longest lens possible employing a wider depth of field so I can maintain sharpness throughout the Layers of color in the scene. The city shot was photographed with my iPhone while stopped at a light in Washington D.C, so that was taken using a fairly wide angle lens the the water drops on my window.
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Thanks so much for dropping by today, Rob
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