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Reflections

Published by WPC Official Account on Jun'15,2019

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Reflections

WPC Official Account
3 | 1798 | Jun 28, 2022

There are so many objects around us which we commonly see in everyday life, has a reflective surface or which has reflective properties, water, mirror, glass, stainless steel, etc. 

The idea is to see these elements or object from a different perspective to take creative photographs, 

Make it Abstract with a reflection of the natural form:

 

Make it Monochromatic

Capture the Detail

Higher Contrast can make actual and reflection as one: 

Hide Your Self one of the key points to hide your self in the frame while taking flat reflective surface or object

 All photos clicked by and the blog is written by Krunal Mistry for WPC project Reflections


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There are so many objects around us which we commonly see in everyday life, has a reflective surface or which has reflective properties, water, mirror, glass, stainless steel, etc. 

The idea is to see these elements or object from a different perspective to take creative photographs, 

Make it Abstract with a reflection of the natural form:

 

Make it Monochromatic

Capture the Detail

Higher Contrast can make actual and reflection as one: 

Hide Your Self one of the key points to hide your self in the frame while taking flat reflective surface or object

 All photos clicked by and the blog is written by Krunal Mistry for WPC project Reflections