Hello Shuttermonkeys Forum. I am new, I found my way here via the Outdoor Photography Guide, which lead me to Visual Flow eBook, and the companion book, which lead to look for more information on Visual composition, which of course lead me to YouTube, and Ian's posts, so yeah, I had to join.
So for my first pic, I chose a recent one taken along the Potomac River, in Maryland, Piscataway National Park. I was knee deep in the river (just over my muck boots), it had just stopped raining. I wanted to find a visual anchor for the foreground, but I wanted to capture the fog. I like the way to rocks on the rivers edge lead the viewer into the picture. the fog in the trees sort of carries back. I want to find some little "Easter eggs" to hunt and find in the pic, but nothing much with this pic.
I am very open to critiques, I want to learn and grow, and any suggestions on ways to improve are more than welcome
I use a Pentax K3 ii but this was taken with my old Pentax Kx (K3 was in for repairs)
50mm (50 - 200mm Pentax lens)