Saturday, September 15, 2012


ISO 100, f/11, 1/4 second, 19mm
  One of the "rules" of photography is to never place your horizon in the center of the frame. Usually this rule is a good one to go by.
  When shooting a reflections of the sky as in today's post, it can be customary to break this rule and place the horizon in the center of the frame in order to capitalize on the full reflection of the amazing sky.
  This was taken Thursday right after some incredible light passed through. Unfortunately, the light didn't hang around for this shot, but the clouds in the sky were incredible.

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