My name is Michael Pistono, and I’m a 28-year-old photo enthusiast living in Honolulu, Hawaii. I was recently playing around with a reflection photo when I had the idea of creating another one out of a puddle — one that featured both tall buildings and an airplane. The photo I ended up creating in Photoshop (shown above) went viral online. Here’s a look at how it was made.

How I Created This Viral Puddle Reflection Picture in Photoshop

How I Created This Viral Puddle Reflection Picture in Photoshop - learn Photoshop, from where I stand, reflections photography

This is a pretty cool photograph that illustrates depth of field. The floor on the top appear to be darker than the lower level floors and the upper level floors also appear to be smaller.  It is also a super creative photograph b/c it is a reflection of the street.

This is a pretty cool photograph that illustrates depth of field. The floor on the top appear to be darker than the lower level floors and the upper level floors also appear to be smaller. It is also a super creative photograph b/c it is a reflection of

The halls of this building represent contrast. This hall is dark to begin with. Luckily, the windows provide the light and makes this photo unique. The other element that makes this different is that it was taken in black and white. The shadows are now very noticeable. It has that look that makes it curious.

The halls of this building represent contrast. This hall is dark to begin with. And the windows provide the light and makes this photo unique. The other element that makes this different is that it was taken in black and white.

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Photography // Shape and abstraction: This image uses negative space perfectly - depending how you interperet it, the negative space can either be the sky because it is less dominant, or the buildings, because they are darker and catch your eye less.

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Hybrid Human Architecture Portraits

Farbraum, a photographic project by Nick Frank, a Munich, Germany based Photographer.

weandthecolor: ““Farbraum” by Nick Frank “Farbraum” is a photographic project by German photographer Nick Frank on urban architecture and extracted colors. Check out more about the “Farbraum” project.

Grid containment #phototreatment  Think about how you could work over your photos

"PHOTOGRAPHY & GRAPHICS" Architecture & Graphic design: I like the contrast of color + black/white, and the use of drawing over an image.

"Where is my mind" series by Andrea Costantini…

Cityscape Portraits :Andrea Constantini is an Italian photographer and graphic designer, and founder of PhotogtaphizeMag, an independent, free, electronic

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