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Multi-layer from reflection
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Posted By: Pavel_Zhelev, 01-27-2016, 10:22 AM

I just wanted to share my experiment for creating a multi-layer image from a reflection. I was quite pleased with the result.




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01-28-2016, 08:23 AM   #2
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Lots to look at here but am not quite sure what I am looking at. Are the layers super-imposed?
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Lots to look at here but am not quite sure what I am looking at. Are the layers super-imposed?
Hi Susan, just to clarify this a simple one exposure image of a restaurant window with some art exposed. The buildings you see are the reflection of the street in front of the restaurant, however you can still see trough the window and see the tables as the fancy lamps inside.
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Hi Susan, just to clarify this a simple one exposure image of a restaurant window with some art exposed. The buildings you see are the reflection of the street in front of the restaurant, however you can still see trough the window and see the tables as the fancy lamps inside.
Thanks Pavel. Appreciate your taking the time to explain your photo to me. I love window reflexions and you did well here.

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Thanks Susan, I always enjoy you landscapes whenever you post something. Your encouragement means a lot to me.
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Excellent capture +1.
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Excellent capture +1.
Thanks!
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New restaurant on Yonge between the Tutorite and what was (and may still be) a Sushi Bar?

Reflections are fun but challenging. I may have to dig out one I tried last year.

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New restaurant on Yonge between the Tutorite and what was (and may still be) a Sushi Bar?

Reflections are fun but challenging. I may have to dig out one I tried last year.
Hey, the only comment I can do is: "you know your city"....
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Very nice reflection! Well done.
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Hey, the only comment I can do is: "you know your city"....
Or I had too much time on my hands (or found it a neat challenge) to see if I could figure it out. The tip off was the TTC bus going past - and the giveaway was the address on the awning of the Cruise Vacations once you mirrored the image.
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Or I had too much time on my hands (or found it a neat challenge) to see if I could figure it out. The tip off was the TTC bus going past - and the giveaway was the address on the awning of the Cruise Vacations once you mirrored the image.
Very nicely done.....
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I just wanted to share my experiment for creating a multi-layer image from a reflection. I was quite pleased with the result.




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Interesting shot! Good one!
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