Amazing Shots Of Faces In Mirrors

For this contest we asked you to show us how you use mirrors to capture faces. Show how you are using the mirror’s reflection to achieve an interesting conceptual story. From in-studio planned portraits to incognito reflections thank you for being part of this people’s photo contest

“reflection” by Lajos
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“Loretta” by rexjones
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“Mirror mirror” by ShiftingLightPhotography
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““Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.”” by juliagoss
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“Self” by JuliaAltork
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Amazing Shots Of Faces In Mirrors
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Mirrors. Mountains

Mirrors. Mountains
by Mikolaj Gospodarek, Photographer, Studio Incognito

About Me
My adventure with landscape photography began many years ago during the mountain climbing and hiking in Poland. I decided to show the beauty of the world around me by photographs, which after a few years turned into my profession and way of life. For 8 years I have worked in the St. Paul Edition as a photographer and photo editor. I have had many trips abroad performing materials in a variety of conditions – on the Alpine summits and wild shores of the Mediterranean islands. Each photographic expedition is a wonderful adventure and full of amazing experiences struggle – the struggle for the image of the painting quiet light of the world, which does not really exist, because after a while it is only a memory, but thanks to the subtleties of photos I can share it with audiences around the world.

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Salt: Vanity | Murray Fredericks

Hamiltons presents Salt: Vanity, an exhibition of the most recent work by Australian photographer Murray Fredericks. The Vanity series is a continuation of Fredericks’ renowned Salt series, previously exhibited at Hamiltons in Salt, 2007, Salt II, 2009 and Recent Work, 2014 – 2015. In this next cycle of the project, Fredericks introduces a mirror into the previously undisturbed landscape.

Australian photographer Murray Fredericks’ long relationship with Lake Eyre, where his most recent series Vanity has been produced, commenced in 2003, and to date consists of twenty journeys to the centre of the lake where he photographs for weeks at a time in the vast and infinite landscape. Fredericks is not interested in documenting the literal forms of the landscape. He views the landscape as medium in itself which, when represented in a photograph, has the potential to convey the emotional quality of his experience and relationship to the lake.
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Salt: Vanity
by Murray Fredericks
more at Hamiltons Gallery