Cody William Smith is an American photographer and cinematographer. His series “A Momentâ€™s Reflection” plays with perspective and reflection in interesting ways: by positioning a series of circular mirrors in striking landscape settings, ranging from the seas to the deserts and the mountains. Itâ€™s a simple concept, executed beautifully. Images Â© Cody William Smith Via […]
Photographer David Ryle,Â art director Gem FletcherÂ and prop builder Studio Boo have collaborated together to create “C.A.R.L.,” a striking series of photo-artworks. In them a futuristic sculpture, looking like a Japanese robot from the year 3013, is starkly shot in a set of minimalist landscape settings. The result is a thought provoking and visually stunning exploration […]
It is always fascinating to see amazing reflection photos of cities and rural areas. Especially, when it is real pictures without any photomontage. The top image is the 12th bridge that crosses the Han River in South Korea, and below you can view beautiful auroras in the United States and Iceland. See also: “Top 10 […]
Most of us are drawn to live near an ocean, a lake, or a river. Not everyone can reside close by, but they can visit on vacation. I used to live an hour away from Lake Ontario (Canada), and now a minute away from the Atlantic Ocean in Portugal. To me, water is a magnetic […]
To create these patterned carpets, Dutch artist Suzan Drummen used diverse materials like mirrors, precious stones, metal pieces, and more. Each object is meticulously hand-placed and requires a bit of skill in the game of Twister to reach certain areas of the floor. Photos Â© Suzan Drummen My Amp Goes to 11
Continuing the series of reflection photos (e.g.Â Cityscapes and Natural Landscapes), this time I have included birds. From flamingos lining up for a picture in India, to pelicans beautifully reflecting in Lake Nakuru in Kenya. No image was digitally composed, these are the real snapshots.
I recently spoke with Oliver Delgado to find out if these were genuine photographs or digital montages. He commented that “all images are real. I only adjusted levels in Lightroom.”
Based on a series of posts titled “Top 10 Natural Landscape Reflections” and “Breathtaking Cityscapes Reflections,” I am featuring five additional images of cities and/or villages in Solvenia, Germany, Holland, and Singapore.
It is occasionally difficult to detect what is real from fake? Because some of these pictures look outrageously surreal. In my search for incredible reflection photos, there were a few that left me in doubt, and it required that I ask the artist if it was digitally composed or not? This post includes genuine images […]
We are definitely not visiting the shrink today, but instead we can ease our minds by looking at Kevin McNealâ€™s beautiful pictures taken in the Canadian Rockies, the Tonquin Valley, and other locations. These are real photographs, not digitally composed. And it is extraordinary how the mountains reflect in the water like Rorschach inkblot cards.