swan feather floating (hatchet pond, hampshire, england)

Beautiful swan feather reflection(hatchet pond, hampshire, England) by Jim Champion

i love this image! i think for me to recreate this i could project onto a surface and reflect it in different shaped mirrors. I'm not sure it would quite have the same effect but this would look amazing. spoon by Manfred on Fotoblur | Abstract Photography

spoon by manfred abstractphotography

joan-jonas-mirror-piece-i-1969

Art of the Day: Joan Jonas Mirror Piece I, 1969 Chromogenic print 101 x cm Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York Purchased with funds contributed by the Photography Committee © 2010 Joan Jonas

the mundane everyday objects in our lives create magic when we're not looking

Alexandra Hedberg: light effects

the mundane everyday objects in our lives create magic when we're not looking

Alexandra Hedberg: light effects

this is a really interesting photo and one which i will try to imitate within my work, i really love the affect it gives and how simple the set up is, the refection of the mirror adds extra depth to the photo and rather differently, the point of interest is centred in the photo, this is breaking the rules of composition yet it works well and is a great example of how the rule of thirds does not apply to everything.

image : “reflections (B)” via camil tulcan …A blizzard I understand better, the secrets of many revealed as one, becoming another on my only head. It’s true that snow takes on gold from sunset and red.

Cody William Smith, A Moment’s Reflection, shows the varying landscapes in the world, through use of mirrors, and their main thing in common is how all land is shaped by the elements.

Collage idea - Cody William Smith, A Moment’s Reflection, shows the varying landscapes in the world, through use of mirrors, and their main thing in common is how all land is shaped by the elements.

david abrahams watermelon still life

David Abrahams’ Still Life Photography

David Abraham's watermelon still life. I love this sculpture. I could do a sculpture similar to this piece.

Hauntingly Surreal Photography - Christopher McKenney Captures Seemingly Supernatural Occurrences (GALLERY)

Hauntingly Surreal Photography

Hauntingly Surreal Photography // Christopher McKenney - I like this image because it has an inception styled feel to it. It also has a feel of supernatural occurrences in it. The repeating inception styled mirror is a very nice effect to the image

I can totally see Karsyn creating a picture like this!  Simple, yet beautiful and profound.  I absolutely LOVE this!

I like this because its an amazing effect how it looks like the hand is touching a mirror but you can see the ripple of the water so you know it is a reflection

Arms - Legs - Feet - Hands - Floor - Wall - Stump

Mirrors are a common trope in photography, but no less fun or exciting even though they are used a lot. Today I put together some of my favorite mirror play.

" Dismorfobina "is a series of photographs made ​​by the Spanish artist Natalia Pereira based in Barcelona. A series of portraits whose face was disfigured by a rubber band wrapped tightly around the subject's head reflects " the distortion of our identity when we are desperately trying to fit into a perfect mold that is not ours. An endless quest and need to be what we are not. "

" Dismorfobina "is a series of photographs made ​​by the Spanish artist Natalia Pereira based in Barcelona.

Lee Friedlander - Reflections and cars.

'The Journey Theme' Lee Friedlander - Reflections and cars.

When glass and sky get together.

Bibliothèque Nationale de France building and reflections.

When glass and sky get together.

Bibliothèque Nationale de France building and reflections.

This image is appealing to me because, I am inspired by the way Freidlander has been able to convey images within images; by the way he has looked at reflections and shadows. Being able to see both reflections and shadows allows you as the viewer to imagine what the picture actually would be in real life. I also like the abstract geometric shapes that are formed, which allows the photograph to be more appealing and interesting to look at.

Lee Friedlander, Wilmington, Delaware, 1965 - San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

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