From reflections of trees in lakes to shots of new buildings with its surroundings reflected in it, there are plenty of ways a photographer can shoot and use reflections in their work. To give you some more inspiration and ideas, we've put together a list of eight of the most popular reflection photography tutorials.
When you think of the Lake District, visions of Lakes with wonderful, still reflections spring to mind – but there are other reflections in the Lakes as well that make great pictures, as John Gravett explains.
Reflections are all around but you need to tune your vision to spot them easily and Robin Whalley will show you how to do just that in this tutorial.
Here are seven quick tips that'll help you perfect your reflection photography technique.
A short tutorial on shooting reflections in lakes with tips on the sort of weather you need as well as exposure advice, plus tips on shooting abstract shots of water.
Yes, it is better to shoot a scene in real-life with your camera, however adding a reflection to a shot in Photoshop is fun to do and you'll learn various Photoshop functions which can be applied to other images.
Thanks to modern architecture that favours glass and steel over bricks and mortar cities are full of reflections which give us an alternative way to photograph the places we live in.
If you don't mind getting wet, this tutorial's one for you! It's all about getting your camera out on rainy days so you can photograph the shapes, patterns and pictures reflected on wet streets.