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REFLECTIONS in photography/http://www.creativefreedomphoto.com/

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Few things are more inspiring than reflection photography. Reflections are incredibly beautiful, and once you start looking for them, you’ll be surprised to discover that they are all around us.

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Using reflections in photography can lead to some amazing effects and beautiful images. Using water, windows, mirrors or any sort of reflective surface can change an image into a work of art. The wonderful thing about using reflections when taking photos is that they can completely alter the image from something fairly straightforward to something richer or abstract or otherwise more artistic.

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Sometimes reflections can be annoying and certainly not artistic. But

creativity and good-quality photos depend on the photographer being able to see things differently, rather than seeing only one part of a larger whole.For a pristine reflection, you can’t beat something really flat. Calm water or glass are the old standbys. But, finding something with a little texture can add contrast and drama. A lumpy piece of metal might not be as flattering as a flat, shiny piece, but it might be more interesting. Also, you can mix rough textures with smooth in the same image to add even more drama. Shoot a reflection in a puddle, but try including some of the surrounding pavement to frame the reflected scene. You can also drop a small rock or into the water to create ripples and see how that changes the resulting image.

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Find a Reflective Surface

The first step in reflection photography is relatively straightforward – you must find a reflective surface. Once you train your eye for it, you’ll realize that reflective surfaces are literally all around us. Some of the most beautiful reflections are found on the surface of water. Any bodies of water including tiny puddles are perfect for reflection photography.

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Find a Unique Subject

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Once you’ve found a reflective surface, the next stop is to find an interesting subject for your photo. Of course, you should always include your subject in the reflection because that’s what the human eye will be paying attention to. If your subject is not found in the reflection, the viewer probably won’t even notice that there is a reflection.

Go Out there and see how many interesting reflections you can find!

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CHILDREN AT WEDDINGS/www.creativefreedomphoto.com

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I started out as a child photographer,to me a wedding is colorless without children!

if you’ve invited children to your wedding you can be sure of one thing – there’ll be lots of cute photos for your wedding album.

Children of all ages make great subjects for wedding photos. Parents love the proper posed photographs of them dressed up in their best clothes – and these do make lovely portraits – but it’s the natural, candid images (when children are just being children) are the ones that always raise the biggest smile.

Little ones chasing ducks, picking up the thrown confetti,  or simply running to give grandad a huge hug, there’s a timeless picture just waiting to be taken.

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Have a look at these photos of children at weddings 1 a sisters toung LITTLE BOYS      flower girl walking psa1-003   a1rsfws aafws9          akis

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