TRAILRUNNING, NORTHERN UTAH
Admittedly the set up for this shot was 100% pre-visualization. I knew the spot and I was hoping that it was shallow enough to look realistic. The day was actually really cold and a rain came and went. Fortunately, my athlete, Creighton Lowe, goes on auto-drive in these shoots and does what you (and more likely what he) wants. This is pretty helpful for any photographer, especially when the water is frigid and the air temperature is low. He ran this about thirty times, and I photographed him handheld knowing that I would retouch the photograph afterwards. I liked the water in this one the best and overlapped two images (the same image) in Photoshop and brought out the highlights in the runner, the water, and the trees. If anyone is looking for a good male athlete for a shoot, hit him up.
Camera: Canon 5DMarkII
Lens: Canon 24 mm f/3.5 Tilt-Shift Lens
Settings: ISO800, f/3.5, 1/60th of a second
Filters: B + W UV filter
Other: Postprocessing, Lightroom adjustments on color temperature, curves. Photoshop layering x 2.