Cross-processed reflection

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  1. Roger

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    Another from me taken with the little Ixus.
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    It's definitely interesting, that's for sure. And I certainly like looking at it, but it feels a little tilted, maybe not though. I like it all the same.
     
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    whoa, this is awesome
     
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    wow, thats all i can say, ive been wanting to do a series on reflections but dont really know where to start! amazing photo!
     
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    It is tilted slightly - high side on the right. I don't think it's an optical illusion.

    Very nice otherwise.
     
  6. Roger

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    thanks a lot...you could be right about the tilt.

    thanks Lorielle, amazing what can be done with a point and shoot in good light eh.

    thanks very much indeed....the important thing is walking around really looking at the enviroment you're in, which means of course not being in a hurry. This is also why I carry at least one camera with me everywhere!

    thanks glad you like...I did crop to straighten but you are right it is still a little off! The lesson, don't work on images when your eyes are tired :)
     
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    The slight tilt is kinda confusing to look at, haha. Its almost like its not there but it is......
    Anyways, interesting shot, I like it. I think if you could see the building with the reflection it would be cool. :)
     
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    the lens distortion is a bit painful, but leaving that aside it is a great image.
     
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    thanks glad you like it....couldn't get it all in so I just included some of the textured wall and boat :).

    the wide end of a P&S what can you do? I could've done a perspective correction in PS I guess....might have a play and see. Glad you like the pic anyway :D.
     
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    i like this a lot. i liked it even more when i flipped my iMac upside down - viewing it that way adds surrealism, imo. nice capture.
     
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    It's a bit bright above the water line but I really like the reflection! :thumbup:
     
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    thanks very much, I flipped it and corrected the perspective see below :)

    thanks a lot...yes the above water line does contrast quite strongly.
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