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A project of mine is to make one shot photographs that appear to have layers or some kind of pixelroom effects applied but are completely done in camera. This was of a tree root floating in a lake. My goal was to make it appear as though two images were stacked.


Capture: Fujifilm X-E2, 1/15, f/9, iso 200 - Fujinon XF 55-200mm

Pixelroom: PhotoRAW 2017


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This is certainly an interesting shot. How did you do that? It looks like a double reflection. 

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If you are on a laptop flip the image over. 😁 I put the center of the reflection at the top of the trees so that when rotated 180° the horizon line would be below the reflection.

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Hehe! I had an inkling it might be an inversion but it was way too early in the morning for me to be turning my head upside down. :D 

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