Capturing reflections

Editor

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A lot of people assume good photography comes down to good equipment, which is not the case. Have you ever tried to photograph reflections? I am trying to master the skill bit-by-bit.
 

Rachel

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It's a tough one, isn't it? You need a steady hand, the right timing, and more to make it work. That's especially true if you're shooting the reflection off of a moving body of water.
 

Editor

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It's a tough one, isn't it? You need a steady hand, the right timing, and more to make it work. That's especially true if you're shooting the reflection off of a moving body of water.
Yes, it can be tough! Photography requires practice, yet some niches demand extra attention to detail. Capturing reflections needs patience and the willingness to learn. A captivated photographer can be creative too.
 

Mandy

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What would be considered as "good" photography may be subjective since people, in general, have different preferences. There's quality work in the case of technicalities, but the perspective in the image will also count so I think that photographing reflections is a good idea.
 

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