Photographer's Note

Rule: Never place the horizon in the center of the frame (It's boring. Placing it in the upper or lower third of the frame is more dynamic).

Rule: The sky should never appear darker than it's reflection (It’s a basic law of physics, so when using ND grads make sure you don’t over do it).

Rule: Never use a warming filter when shooting in digital RAW (It’s unnecessary. That's what the color temperature adjustment is for).

Rule: People can't walk on water (this law has been broken before though).

Rule: Never point out the flaws in your own photo (maybe they'll go unnoticed).

Rule: There are exceptions to every rule.

Location: The Bonneville Salt Flats near Wendover, Utah. During the winter these salt flats are flooded with a shallow layer of water.

Technical notes: Along with the Polarizer I used a 2-stop ND grad with a warming filter.

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Additional Photos by Ryan Thayne (euryan) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 740 W: 101 N: 1823] (8442)
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