Reflections, they are every where. We see them every day, usually in the mirror or sometimes we see them in a puddle, a chrome bumper, or a store front window. No matter where we see those reflections they represent a world we can never touch, a place we can never go. Sometimes the reflection is so true to life and other times it has no resemblance of its real counterpart. No matter where you see it or what it is you see reflected, we seem to be drawn into the nether world of reflections.
The following is a series of reflections I photographed in Singapore. The geometry of building and their reflections has always attracted me. When I walk down a city street and am surrounded by giant buildings with reflections of more buildings on them, I am always awed and struck with the enormity of all that is around me.
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Friday, July 25, 2008
The following three images are of sea water on the nothern coast of California. The water was covered with a brownish foam/scum. I sharpened the image then adjusted the contrast and finally desaturated it. I shoot all digital in color with the highest quality setting. There is more info to work with than if you shot in monochrome. Any ways, enjoy and feel free to critique any images.
Posted by Fish Whisperer at 6:41 PM