"PUDDLE REFLECTIONS" ASSIGNMENT For this assignment, we’re going to explore the amazing world of reflections in puddles left by the recent rains.
Why reflections in puddles?
People are captivated by reflections, and photographers frequently use still bodies of water in order to capture stunning reflection shots. But traveling to some “amazing” scenic area for a reflection might not be possible. Fortunately, a perfect water reflection shot may be closer than you think, especially if it has just been raining.
Puddles are an incredibly useful if perhaps surprising source for reflections. Puddles are generally shallow and found in protected areas or depressions, which means that they are likely to hold smooth, still water. After a rainstorm, puddles can also be found everywhere, providing a variety of options for subjects and compositions. Finally, puddles are so mundane and small that they are often overlooked, so you can create unique and surprising images that others likely missed.
TIPS FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT: •Get low to the ground & try different angles.
•Don’t be afraid to get wet, but keep your camera dry!
•Look for symmetry.
•Use beautiful light -try shooting during “Golden Hour” -or after dark.
•Crop your photo and enhance your image using your phone app.
SUBMIT TWO AMAZING "Puddle Reflections" & 20-image proofsheet in Google Classroom. •Pick your two best "Puddle Reflection" photographs.
•Use your phone app to crop your images.
•Try converting your photos to black and white, or if you choose color, adjust the tones and color balance using your in-camera app.
•Submit your two cropped and adjusted images in the Google Classroom folder.
•A 20-image proofsheet is required