Near Perfect Reflection

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+35 1. Oddi commented 11 years ago

@1 He's shootin upside down..real sky is down. Also i believe camera is focused on the reflection so it seems more vivid and sharp than the sky itself
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+31 2. orion commented 11 years ago

#(removed comment) Physics helps. Reflection is always darker than the original because only a fraction of the light is reflected. The "water" is overexposed and the "sky" (reflection) is just the right brightness.

The conditions must be perfect for this shot -- no wind and no animals disturbing the water.
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+15 3. Thanny commented 11 years ago

This kind of shot is possible at Crater Lake in Oregon as well. Here's a panorama (many shots stitched together) I took there last May:

The snow was around eight feet deep at the time (though fortunately packed enough to walk on).
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+6 4. ZaMpTi commented 11 years ago

Amazing scenery aswell
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+15 5. wooptyfreakindo commented 11 years ago

How many of you turned your head upside down and watched it again!!
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+6 6. Premtm commented 11 years ago

#1 He has not focused on the reflection but he has used half polarizing filter hence the sky in the reflection shows details of the clouds which confuses us.:)
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+8 7. cyberdevil commented 11 years ago

What a twist. I wasn't expecting that at all. :)
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-5 8. wongraven commented 11 years ago

Look people, its just an silly old norwegian man. He says "its impossible to see which way is up" and then the forestgirl/daughter appears and he shits himself with laughter, cause she is upside down. Awesome scenery.
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+8 9. LightAng3l commented 11 years ago

IT would have been much better if he threw a rock to create ripples in the "sky" :D
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+3 10. Break-a-leg commented 11 years ago

@Thanny, Nice man! Love it!
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+3 11. Heun commented 11 years ago

#3 Nice picture! I've been there as well (in the summer though, winter there looks awesome!). Staring into the water there made me kind of dizzy, your brain can't process it :D
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+4 12. cretia commented 11 years ago

I feel like going to Canada again ,just need some $$$$ :(
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+1 13. buckleg08 commented 78 days ago

lol...good one...:P
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0 14. Judge-Jake commented 78 days ago

Looks like bear country.