Excellent use of filter. It seems almost surreal!
Thank you very much. To be honest, I didn’t use any filters, I just converted this photo to monochrome in post processing and didn’t use black and white toning to make it softer and warmer.
Good to know!
Wow! Amazing photo! The reflect on the glass building, great. Thanks for share Vova Zinger.
Thanks a lot, Elvira. When I see an interesting reflection, I always have a hard time deciding whether to take a photo of it to share. And I’m very glad you liked it.
You are welcome Vova Zinger. Good work!
It’s a pleassure.
You are welcome.
Gorgeous reflection captured in your photo, Vova! ❤ Enjoy your weekend!
Thank you very much, Cheryl. I will try, but the weather is not quite conducive – today it was freezing rain, and tomorrow the forecast promises to be very cold.
One of your best ones so far Vova! Thank you for sharing such a wonderful image!
Thank you very much. I take a lot of photos, but I only post the ones I like. They are all mine and it is very difficult for me to rate them.
Like good wine we all have our different preferences! I am sometimes surprised what appeals to people whether it be my photos or words! I sometimes just share my photos for others to enjoy especially when so many of my city friends have been in lockdown or not able to travel far!
Totally agree with you.
Wow! I love this picture! 🤍❤
Thank you so much.
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This is a truly beautiful (awe inspiring) photo.
Thank you very much. Reflections always attract me. They are both real and unreal at the same time.
Beautifully said. ❤ Have a wonderful weekend ahead.
Thank you. I wish you the same.
Ohhh!! I love this!!
What an amazing catch! I love the contrast between the styles of the two buildings.
Thank you very much. This is the main reason why I took this photo. I also love to photograph the reflection, but still…
Brilliant capture. The sepia/yellow overtones beautifully accentuate the juxtaposition of architectural styles/eras.
Thank you very much. I deliberately used sepia/yellow tones to soften this photo a bit and bring out the age of the old building.
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I like this photo. Window reflections can sometimes be a cliche, but your distorted and angled view makes it work.
Thank you very much. I completely agree with you that very often the images of reflection are cliche and very similar to each other. And when I try to photograph a reflection, I try to avoid it. I can’t say that I always succeed, but sometimes I do the right thing.
Inspiring! Love this!
Thank you very much.
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