Last week, you were tasked with taking photos of reflections. Let’s look at what everyone came up with!
“Guess who’s going to recycle old pictures once again? This guy !
The Skytower reflecting in a puddle. I’ve been chasing this shot for a long time, but I’ve waited a bit too long after the rain, so this is the biggest puddle I could find. I’m still looking at getting a shot of a bigger part (with the top) of the Skytower reflecting in rain water.”
“This is quite an old one from March I think, but I actually just re-postprocessed it to take advantage of Lightroom’s panorama stitching feature.”
“Too late but here is my contribution anyway. Shot with a Canon EOS 620
Here is more backstory and info: The photo is taken as part of photography class “architecture” assignment at my design school. All the settings are in manual mode. Lens is a Canon zoom.”
“I’m using a slightly older photo this time. I shot it earlier this month. Shot with Nokia Lumia 1020, as always.”
“This one was going to be a submission for last weeks mission, but I failed to make it in time.
Shot from the driver’s seat of my car.
1/640, f5.6, iso 200, 55mm focal length.”
“I’m alive, I promise! I was out of the country for a few weeks, then had/have to pack up my apartment for moving, but here are a few shots from my trip for this challenge.
Both are from Loch an Eilein in Aviemore, Scotland. Taken with a Sony a7 and the Sony Zeiss 16-35 f/4 IS lens. Other EXIF info (and full size photo) can be found at the link.
“I’m going with this one. I don’t have a lot of reflection pictures. This one I really like the colours reflecting off the lake. It changes them just a little from the colour in the sky, and adds more to the picture I feel.
This is the lake in Gravenhurst, Ontario. I did post this picture a while back.
Specs are: 1/100th, f7.1, ISO 100, on a T3i with 24mm prime.”
“Took this one a few weeks ago during my last excursion, and I decided to flip it around upside down. I thought it came out well enough.
Photo taken with my D70s with a 18-70mm lens.”
Thanks to everyone who contributed, and I look forward for next week’s entry!