How to Make a Great Mirror Photo
I have been making mirror photos for years.
My clients have always asked me to make them.
And I always have.
They are always amazed and ask me, “Why not?”
It’s something that I am really passionate about.
So why not?
I will tell you why: it’s easy, you don’t have to pay much.
If you don, there is always something else you can do with the photos.
I used to be obsessed with making mirror images.
I started out making them when I was a child.
I remember the first time I made one was on a Christmas card.
It was one of the very first ones I ever made.
It just had the word “mirror” on the back, and a little “V” on top.
I thought it was kind of cute.
I didn’t have a lot of money, so I asked my mother for a photo frame.
She gave me a black and white picture frame.
Then I just took the picture frame and went on making the mirror.
And it was perfect!
I still make these mirror photos now and again, but they are never really a hit.
They never sell well.
Most people find them boring and not very memorable.
But then I remember I had done this for many years, and I wanted to do a better job.
I was trying to do better with my own pictures.
So, I started making mirror pictures with different angles.
For example, I use a wide angle to get the effect of a sunset.
Then, I make the subject look taller.
I make people look like they are in the middle of the room.
And lastly, I used the depth of field effect to make the people in the picture look like a landscape.
You can’t make a perfect mirror image in just one photograph, but you can try to create the perfect image for the client.
The reason why I love making mirror photographs is because I am fascinated by how they work.
The images look good and the clients are interested in seeing the mirror as a person.
And the clients love the fact that I can show them that they are actually in the mirror and that they can feel the way they are.
It gives them a sense of satisfaction.
If you are interested, you can check out some more mirror photos here.
Or, if you have more questions, you could ask me in the comments section below.
If there is something I missed, I would love to know.