Attempt at long(ish) Exposure
I'm trying to get into landscape photography. I've done portraits, sports teams etc for a while, so I'm not new to photography. I really dig the look of long exposures on water so I bought a 6 stop ND and had a go at it.
I went to Table Rock lake near sunset without any previous scouting and the only foreground subject I could find was this dead tree in the water with some good, gold light hitting it. Nothing but small hills in the background.
I guess I need to invest some time scouting.
Any thoughts on any aspect of this photo would be great, thanks.
(I know the waving stick has to go)
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