Teton Reflection

Wayne Nolting 5/23/2006 2:37:43 PM

Great framing and depth of field. You had perfect lighting conditions for this one using this old wooden structure. #451273

Susan and Neil Silverman 5/23/2006 9:28:36 PM

Thank you; it is a favorite place of ours. #2806796

Susan and Neil Silverman 5/24/2006 10:59:41 AM

Once we have photographed a location in the traditional manner, we are always looking for a "new view" and reflections are one of our favorite approaches. We normally work with as maximum depth of field as possible, because sometimes the reflection can be quite deep into the glass. Using or not using a polarizer is something we always test out. We love to frame our images and to be able to frame with a reflection is a double whammy. It is also a testimonial to revisiting a place many times; as the light changes, and as your vision changes, new images and new challenges always arise. #2810091

Bunny Snow 5/21/2008 9:54:28 PM

This is the most original frame I've seen anywhere.

I love framing images also, but I've never used as much of an object as you have. I try and follow your lead next time I'm out shooting.

Thanks for sharing. #5960033

Susan and Neil Silverman 5/21/2008 10:39:58 PM

Glad you got inspired. Hope to see you at one of our workshops or in an online class someday. If so , please mention this image and your note to us. thanx #5960070

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Uploaded on 1/18/2005 5:53:26 PM

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Camera: Nikon D100 Digital SLR Camera

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