Thank you Richard, It was pretty simple, I flipped the original boat reflection and then made a collage of the two.
I use an editing software called PhotoScape X and only use my mobile phone Huawei P9 to take the images. No fancy schmancy gear for this happy snap mumma.😀
Cool. I knew how to do it in PS, but I was hung up thinking it might have been a natural double reflection. Here's one I caught the other day:
I had been loitering around, taking shots of people walking by the mirror, but I didn't realize until I went to process the pic that it was a double reflection. I knew something was weird about it, but I only caught on when I noticed that the lettering was not reversed.
nah i'm not that clever....Did you place the mirror there?
No, I don't work that hard--it was just standing outside some construction work.
I'm by no means as prolific or knowledgeable photographer, but some trips I get lucky.. this was taken in Banff, Canada few years ago.
I like your first image a lot, Richard - well done!
I shoot reflections too, now and then - here is one I favor, from the Tracy Arm in Alaska last spring
Looking at this from my city apartment just makes me sigh. Lovely shot.
That would have been an awesome shot without the reflection, but with it makes it doubly so. Good job, Jim.
I took a quick trip to Acadia National Park last week. I love looking for reflections, and the autumn colors cooperated!
Beautiful scene, Denise. I like that the sky is only at the bottom. Might also be a candidate for flipping vertically if you like confusing people.
Thanks Richard! Hmm... I never thought about flipping it but that could be interesting.
not something I look for but when they happen sometimes it just works.
An option you could look at that I have see other photographers use is a double exposure you could try that with a reflection shot as your base image if you really want to confuse people
This was taken on a walk around the local marina. I couldn't resist taking a happy snap.
Location: Hope Island Marina, Gold Coast Queensland Australia
Downtown Portland, Maine waterfront.
Sunset at Cape Bonavista, Newfoundland.
Sunset in Fiji.
Very nice, Denise. I used to live on Eagle Lake Road next to Kebo Golf course in Bar Harbor. :-) Small world.
Nice shot of the harbor. Lived on the coast of Maine for 15 years, Dracula. I miss it a lot!
Thanks CyberDoc! I think I'd enjoy living in the area off-season but I wouldn't want to be there in the summer. It's a favorite place to visit though.
Another old favorite of mine. Extra points to anyone who can explain what's happening here. Hint: no Photoshop trickery here--it's a single exposure.
Thank you. I was there last year coming off "the CAT" ferry from Nova Scotia and wouldn't miss the opportunity to have good lobster! Then take a little walk around while my Guzzi was parked. I love the lively people affluence of the place but was tough to find a parking spot.