Maquette reflections


I tried really hard to get a shot of this model ship without the reflections from the glass. At the end of the day, I sort of like the effect. And I really like the ship! Visit Weekend Reflections for more mirrored shots from around the world.

14 comments:

Olivier said...

tres belle maquette de ce bateau

Cezar and Léia said...

There are lots of details in the reflections!Great job with your camera!
Léia

Tanya said...

i think it turned out great and anyways, what would you have used for "weekend reflections"?! have a super weekend :)

Regina K said...

I also like the way it turned out. Really like that ship.

Winchester Daily Photos said...

It looks good. I can never do photos through glass there's usually a silly reflection of me in it!

Lois said...

I like it too!

Randy said...

I really like the look with the reflection.

VP said...

One of my favorite (not really) pastimes: to keep unwanted reflections out of my pictures. You did it well, the model is very good.

Martha Z said...

Sometimes the image we didn't want turns out to be the best. Now you have both the model and its environment.

Karen said...

I love the reflection!

Jack said...

I'm not sure how you could have taken the reflections out of the picture, but why bother? First, it is indeed behind glass, so the reflections are realistic, and it is Friday, and you need something for James' blog. Right? (Gotta admit, when I occasionally capture a caged scene without the reflections, I do a little fist pump . . . )

JM said...

These little ships are always so perfect! I admire the people who make them.

'Tsuki said...

The maquette is stunning ! I get your frustration when you tried to get a picture with no glass reflection : the boat would have deserve such a effort... But you are right, light reflection add some strange glow to the maquette... Nice work !

Birdman said...

I mentioned Marquette also this week. Not the ship the exploring. Nice shot.

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