Thursday, March 20, 2008

New Reflections


I've been intrigued with reflections and shadow.  I started a digital
series on this subject a few weeks ago. Searching with the camera 
for subjects that look at first glance to be straight photography,
but at at closer examination seem a little off. I hate to disclose 
trade secrets, but four copies overlaid and filters in photoshop
produced this image.

8 comments:

Victoria Cummings said...

It's beautiful, Bill. So liquid.

Mineke Reinders said...

Bill, your trade secrets mean nothing to me, all I know is that this is beautiful, like an upside-down reflection, very lyrical.

Rosy said...

You did a great work of fined art here with this photo. Very nicely done.

I have Photo studio and the funny part of having it I rarly used it myself for I am addicted to using Paint Shop Pro instead for most of my work.

Teri Prestash said...

Just curious- did it start as a reflection or did you make it a reflection. That beautiful blue sky is what is throwing me off.
Very nice piece.

Bill Evertson said...

Thank you Victoria. I'm honored that you return. Mineke, thanks also because i know your trade secret is practice, practice, practice. Rosy, thank you for your visit and kind words. I've only briefly visited your site and want to return. Teri. Started as a reflection.

Gwen Buchanan said...

Ooooohhhhh Beautiful! Something about water that sooths the soul... Funny isn't it how we can all sit and look out at water for hours & never tire of it. Must be the mystery that it conjures up... the blurring & blending of lines... keeps our grey cells entertained..

laura said...

It's a fascinating image--you keep looking back at it; you think you know what you're looking at, then have to look again ... Nevermind the man behind the curtain! ;-)

Sandy said...

What a cool "fluid watery" looking image.

I am just scratching the surface with Corel and what it can do.

This is inspiring.

sandy