\”K\” Hyde Park, Sydney Australia
I had two shots of the reflections about 10 metres to the right of the photo. I look at it in the field and though to myself that\’s a reversed \”K\”, how about I go to my left what will happen? As exactly as I though, a \”K\” was what I saw. Took only one frame of it and here it is. Lesson learnt \”work your scene\”.
I also went across where there was another photographer was shooting the Anzac Memorial Building. Not sure he\’s got the reflections or not, at night without a tripod? What\’s wrong with DSLR shooter? Or maybe he was using a Sony a7S probably not cos\’ this shot was taken in 2013. Sorry if I offend any DSLR shooters out there.
Reflection is a gift to photographers. It adds so much interesting element and a dreamy feel to any photograph. I also love to shoot just after the rain has stopped. There so many reflections from the water that your photos are unique.
Whenever there is water, hopefully calm water you\’re going to get reflections. Not it is your job as a photographer to compose the frame to get the best composition possible. It comes down to practice, practice and more practice. There\’s no way out unfortunately. There\’s no Photoshop filter that can fix a bad composition. The more you shoot, the more you train your eyes to see reflections and it will comes naturally I promised. I see reflections everywhere I go. Or I look for it and trained for it so I see it.