Next month I will go to a place famous for its lakes, granite, peaks and color. There should be some dramatic reflection shots available with color and peaks reflecting in the water. Has anyone thought out the science and technique of water reflection shots? I would appreciate any tips you can think of. -What causes good reflections? Do you just have to be lucky and be there when good reflections occur? -What are the best conditions for the best reflections. I.e. where do you want the sun to be (angle from the surface, angle between the sun, the target and you, do you want it behind you to the side, etc.) If I want to get good reflection shots what time should I plan my visits to the lakes and which side of the lakes should I be on? -Where do you want to be (what angle do you want to shoot relative to the water and relative to the sun)? -What kind of filters (e.g. no polarizer)? -What kind of shutter speeds produce what effects? -What kind of film? I assume Velvia 50 is good. -How do I get a reflection of the moon and a peak in the water? Is there anything different for night shooting? Anything else?