UPSIDE DOWN CLOUDS
I chose this reflection in the water and a form with submerged metallic sediments for the composition, to create a surrealistic effect, which I emphasized by turning the photo upside down. When it is windy, the ISO has to be increased so as to capture the reflections with higher speed and therefore greater sharpness, unless the intention is to capture movement in the reflections, which can generate very suggestive settings. As a general rule, tree reflections tend to be more striking when the sun illuminates them.
Processed in Camera Raw, first contrast and color adjustments. Edited in Photoshop, flipping the image, c/oning a hunting ground sign to remove it with the «clone stamp» too/ and last setting of contrasts and co/ors in order to emphasize the characteristic co/ors.
Full/ frame, 26 mm F:14, 1/5 s, 400 ISO, polarizer