Reflections

I find light reflections fascinating. And the nice thing is you can find them everywhere! However this doesn’t mean they are easy to capture. On the contrary, in order to get stunning pictures you must be in the right place and at the right time.

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Let’s take for example the light reflected on the surface of a lake, which is influenced both by time of day and weather (season). By weather I don’t mean only how the sky looks but also if there is wind or not. If it’s windy, there will be waves on the water and the image will look quite different. This changes continuously depending on the wind velocity so one can obtain completely different images of the same subject within seconds! Also using a polarizing filter on the camera lens can change the result dramatically.

There are many things to say, but I think we had enough theory for the moment 🙂 Better let the pictures “talk”.

Enjoy!

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Melting sun.
I’m not a fan of modern architecture but in this case I can say the effect is awesome.

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And now in winter…
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