Not sure if this is the most photogenic time of the year, but here are some suggestions -
1. Glade Creek Grist Mill, Babcock State Park. From Charleston, take US 60 East to SR 41, turn south, follow the signs.
This is a great photographic icon, and is easy to photograph from many vantage points. Suggestion - from the parking lot, walk around the mill to the road across the creek, then walk down the road a bit, turn around and shoot from there.
2. Anywhere up and down the New River Gorge/New River National River. Imagine the Grand Canyon covered with trees. Hawk's Nest State Park, nearest Charleston, has a fantastic over view. The New River Bridge, on US 19, has several overviews, including some fantastic views of the bridge, itself - the largest arched bridge in the country. If you care to drive a little farther south to the Beckley area, a must-see view is the Grand View - aptly named, and a litte farther south is the Sandstone Falls, in the quaint town of Hinton.
3. If you drive Northeast almost to the tip of Maryland, you'll find Blackwater Falls State Park and the Monongahela National Forest.
New River Gorge and Glade Creek Grist Mill are closer to you, and give you ample photo ops. Check the web for more info, or check your hotel lobby for brochures.
Blackwater Falls is also a photo haven, but much farther to drive.
Hope this helps.
Michael H. Cothran