Miracle of Reflections

By: Gustav Hoiland

Mar 04 2011

Category: street

1 Comment

Aperture:f/9
Focal Length:100mm
ISO:400
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 7D

Non-scientific Observation

I’ve finally cleared out my backlog of old photographs (from say, two weeks ago?). A strange photographic cleaning I suppose. Not so much cleared out as reviewed. The trash thrown out, the potentially good stuff touched up, and the best kept. Above you see one from the best category. Nearly all of this work was shot during my daily walk commute to campus and back, so it’s not so much formal work as it is everyday observation.

This stuck out mostly because I haven’t shot much reflectionious work recently. I shot a handful of it over winter break and apparently quit walking past large windows in the time since. Or perhaps I just haven’t tuned my eye towards it lately. But I quite like it. It introduces a definite compositional complexity.

Thankfully I’m sitting on a pile of great work over here, so more tomorrow!

One comment on “Miracle of Reflections”

  1. i love the street sign and traffic light reflections in the glass. and the peeping tom of a salt shaker.


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