Photography by Gerry Frederick

Reflections

From the inception of photography the person on the business side of the camera has been attracted to reflections. Capturing people in mirrors, sunsets over water and any image that a reflection can improve on. A photo of a sky scraper would be dull in anyone’s view. But add a unique reflection of the building across the street now you have something. I was watching a fisherman row his boat on a small lake this summer and was attracted to the scene primarily because the reflection of him and his boat was a real artistic vision. When the trees around the lake added their color I couldn’t get my camera up to my eye fast enough.

On the beach earlier this summer I had my camera glued to my hand all day. The water and sun provided me with more reflection photo opportunities than I could take in. I guess most photographers feel the same way. A well placed reflection can add grand dimensions to a photo if your looking for them or just happen to look up at a glass covered building and see what has always been there. Now just take the picture.

 

other side of the street

Fishermans reflection t HDR fishing dock Oar reflection Old Car HDR pretty reflection Sept 28 2014 sunset the props nose fisherman at sunset Reflection at the Beach s

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One response

  1. Jackie Frederick

    Those are fantastic! Do you post them on a FB page??

    December 21, 2014 at 11:18 pm

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