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.


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.