Nowadays creating a masterpiece that’s a picture of a parallel reality with the help of Photoshop is as easy as ABC. But taking a shot that will turn your consciousness upside down is still an uphill task for many. One of the ways to do this is to use reflections by playing with perspective.
The reflections on these pots lined up just right.
The reflection in this window perfectly matches an identical, but different color, car.
The tapestry above my bed made a pretty sweet reflection in my coffee this morning.
“Every time I see this I think that the building is on fire, but it’s just a reflection of the sunset.”
This reflection of my lamp in my iPhone looks 3D.
“At the right time of day, my dog’s favorite napping spot makes him look really magical.”
The floor gave these raindrops a checkered pattern.
The reflection in the glass replaced the groom with a shark.
Underground water is so still it provides a perfect mirror for the stalactites at Luray Caverns.
The reflection makes this chimpanzee look like he is wearing her dress.
The reflection of the pizza oven in the window made it look like the car was on fire.
The perspective of this shot makes these guys look glued to the sky.
A reflection of a tunnel in mirrored sunglasses
The glass gave this guy a different body.
This steering wheel reflection looks like a planet in the sky.
The reflection in this building makes it look like a bad rendering.
The whole street in one glass
This water glass created a fish out of my headphones.
The street lamps made this VW bug look like it has cartoon eyes.
“The reflection of the man to the left of me through this glass partition, coupled with the symmetry of the seats, created a cool ghosting effect.”
The reflection in these glasses looks like eyes.
This perfect tree reflection