Here is my first contribution.
Still looking for someone to model by candle light, but walking through a shop today I noticed what I thought to be an interesting reflection.
building in the car window
Sean, it is nice, but very faint... It's lost withing other layers.
Hmmm...I figured the more reflections the better.
Here is a tighter crop. Better?
Well, I might crop it to the roof, but I like the double reflection. Half the fun, IMHO. Two for one!
I agree. In the original there was so much clutter I didn't even see the second one, it's very faint. Now, with a tighter crop it's clearly visible. Good job!
I know I'm a bit late to the assignment but I figure I'd submit anyway. Thanks.
eL eSs Vee wrote:
My submission for this assignment.
Nice mix of Reflection and Chrome!
Very few assignemnts have a cut off date, so it's almost never late - as long as the pictures are fresh;-)
Thank you, nice entry!
I would only suggest to crop out the top right corner since it really doesn't bring much for the theme and only consumes the space...
Just had a chance to look at the pic some more. Thanks for the suggestion, Nick. I took it and ran with it; how does this do?
Will this work?
Central Park Place reflected in the Hearst Tower
And yes... I need to clean my sensor :cry
FINALLY!! I had some time to head out with the assignments in mind last Monday and had time yesterday to process a few...
Desktop Reflections (the OOF objects = keyboard, extra Canon battery and battery charger)
Reflections of San Diego (found in a broken window of one of the few abondoned buildings near downtown)
Hope these work for you Nikolai, I really want to be able to consider a few assignments DONE!!!
Thank you! Second one could you a little pop, but it fits the theme anyway!