Brenda and I were driving around the other afternoon, looking for autumn trees reflected in water. This was the last day of the Acadia National Park closure, so we were scouting locations outside of the park. We stopped on Indian Point Road, when I spotted this scene to photograph as the light drizzle turned to rain. I'm trying out some new VSCO presets, it sure speeds up my post-processing time.
Here's the raw file from the D800.
All I did was apply the VSCO preset Provia 100+, boy that was easy!
And finally, the Nik Color Efex Pro (Howie Trio): Tonal Contrast, Skylight Filter, and Detail Extractor. This is a painless workflow. I'm lovin' it!
EXIF data: Nikon D800, 24-20mm @ 56mm, f/10, 1/6 sec, ISO 100, 10/16/13, 1:26 PM