Headless and his reflection, aka anti-portrait

You might not like this, and that’s entirely understandable. I cut off the kid’s head. But if you look to the reflection you can see the entire statue. Showing you the entire body shot seemed a tad too obvious so I wanted to give you something odd and unlikely. Don’t be shy to say you don’t like it, if you don’t. I was just experimenting.

Anyway, tomorrow’s Friday! Yay! On the downside it’s supposed to be another damp and dreary weekend. There’s a Saturday photo walk but I’m passing this time. I might meet them at the pub at the end of the day. I came up with an idea for a photo today and I’m going to execute it at work next week when the sun’s out again. If it works it’s going to be fun. I’m going to have to get a handful of coworkers to participate. My boss is already in. He’ll be my primary subject. Can’t wait to share it. It’ll make this shot look normal.

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5 Responses to Headless and his reflection, aka anti-portrait

  1. Chloe says:

    i don’t mind that his/her head is cut off
    nice composition

  2. lulu says:

    I don’t know the reason behind cutting the kid’s head , I prefer to see the whole statue instead of seeing the head on the reflection. So you can say, I don’t like the photo

  3. timruane24 says:

    Marvelous photograph.

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