Jim Zuckerman

Shooting a Pond Using Reflections Photography

Jim Zuckerman
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What could be more beautiful than a pond reflected with fall foliage? Professional photographer, Jim Zuckerman, takes you to a New Hampshire pond for tips on reflections photography.

You will learn techniques for shooting the pond, why it’s best to eliminate the sky, how to compose an image of the trees with their reverse reflections, and why red always adds drama to a fall foliage photograph. Jim will also show you how to shoot only the pond reflections and later create an abstract image in post production. “It’s like creating a watercolor,” Jim explains.

Travel to New Hampshire with pro shooter, Jim Zuckerman, as he shows you tips on reflections photography.



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Photographing using the Classic Landscape Technique
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