The Bethadilly 52 Week 22 – Reflection

with the prompt for week 22 of the bethadilly 52 being reflection, i had many ideas in mind when thinking of how i would incorporate a reflection into my image.  and like many of my favorite images, this image was created out of spontaneity.

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if there is one thing that i love about riding in the car with a little one, it’s watching her reactions in the rear seat baby mirror.  and i love that when i turn around to smile at her, she smiles right back.  as we were heading to dinner the other night and my husband was buckling her in, i just happened to have my camera with me to photograph this moment.  and while my focal point is on my husband, i love that this is a creative use of a reflection that continues the story for the viewer.  without the reflection of her sweet face, we would have an incomplete story because only a sliver of her head is visible within the frame.  by adding this simple reflection, the viewer instantly knows what my husband is doing and who he is interacting with.

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The Bethadilly 52 Week 22 – Reflection

The Bethadilly 52 Week 22 - Reflection | Bethadilly Photography

this photo was achieved using : my nikon and wide angle lens.

my settings were : ISO 200 | f/1.4 | 1/200ss

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