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Reflejos de otoño - Autumn reflections



I am fascinated by reflections, always on the edge of reality.

I am fascinated by reflections, always on the edge of reality.
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Behind The Lens

Location
The photograph was taken in the Guadarrama River, a river that is in the surroundings of Madrid, in the northwest area
Time
The photograph was taken in the afternoon. In the magic hour when there is still light, but there is little left until nightfall-
Lighting
I didn't use any extra lighting, just the evening light
Equipment
The foto was taken with Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II M.ZUIKO ED 14-42mm F3.5. No more equipment.
Inspiration
Two things inspired me to take this photo, the colors of fall, highlighted by evening light, and the reflections of the vegetation in the water. I wanted to capture a moment that seemed magical.
Editing
I did not do any post-processing. The image is as it was captured.
In my camera bag
Another len (M.Zuiko Digital ED 40?150mm F4?5.6) and some filters: polarizer, ND and, lately, color filters.
Feedback
For me the best photo is the one that is barely post-processed. You have to be patient to get the desired framing and to properly adjust all the parameters.

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