Upside Down Reflections

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In this series French photographer Yodamanu aka Manuel Plantin. takes street photo shoots through puddles on the street. A perspective most of us are not really used to. All of these photographs are not Photo-shopped, just cropped a little bit to make them more intriguing.

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15 thoughts on “Upside Down Reflections”

  1. If you like this you should also take a look at the work of the mid-century color photographer Saul Leiter. His color saturation and ability to focus through several layers of a multiplane image are very impressive. What really sets him apart for me, however is his ability to mix or match the visual elements with the emotional tone which allow him to generate surrealist ironies within realist scenes. Not just a story finder but actually a story teller.

  2. Cool! These are fantastic, like impressionistic paintings. It takes a lot of skill and imagination to take photos that look like paintings. What a cool idea, and very well done. I love the mysterious vibes the images give off. Just really, really cool.

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