Sunday, September 18, 2016

I have always been partial to reflections in windows of skyscrapers.  The glass tends to warp the images in any number of ways which makes for interesting reflections.  Certainly provides a different view on reality.  One of my favorite spots to take pictures was in downtown Houston and in particular the reflections of the Bank of America building in the windows of the building across the street (I can't for the life of me remember what that building's name is).  I have a series that span over 15 images total.  Below I have two images from that series as  well as one from an earlier outing.  This latter one is one of my favorite images.  One of the things I had to do in Photoshop Elements was to take the images and undistort them.  The reason being was that images were not taken from directly in front of the building and certainly not at eye level.  I used the free transform tool to do this.

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