Add Reflection to Photos
Use Reflection in a Variety of Formats
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Reflection in photos adds dimension Help draw attention to your lackluster photos by adding reflection — a mirror image. When applied appropriately, reflection makes key components, as well as the overall image, stand out nicely.
Warren Camp Design has been adding reflection to photos for decades. In addition to individual photos, he has incorporated reflection photos in a variety of formats, as shown on three reflection pages.
- Photos Click the ten images on this page to reveal a variety of reflection types and styles.
- Brochures, Fliers, Bulletins, Posters On the next page, see reflection images added to different kinds of documents.
- Newsletters, Websites, Emails Reflection photos appear in a number of newsletters and WCD web pages and emails shown on this page.
Reflection Added to Photos
Click the thumbnail images to enlarge them, see Warren's
reflections, and read their captions. Click again to reduce them.
PowerPoint slide of sermon message
Bible-study web page image
A fresh lemon awaits reflection
• See many more of Warren's Scripture pictures [a href="http://www.warrencampdesign.com/scripturePhotosOpener.html" target="blank"]on this page[/a].
Serene mountain lake
Bathing sparrow shakes his head
Adding reflection to this spoof triptych invites viewers to shift their attention from the reflected area below to the individual homes, stairways, decks, and accessories above. [Note: This photo is of a theater set in Amsterdam, Netherlands; it's not a real mobile home park.]
Densely populated mobile home park with added decks and stairways; really a theater set
Scripture picture of Lamentations 3:25 (See many more of Warren's Scripture pictures.)
See more WCD reflections:
Photos | Brochures, Fliers, Bulletins, Posters | Newsletters, Websites, Emails
In addition to these three photo reflection pages,
see the large collection of WCD's unique photo edit pages in the left column.
Don't wait any longer to showcase your photo presentations. Contact Warren Camp Design today, at 209-795-7661, to discuss your upcoming campaign and learn how Warren can utilize his digital artistry skills to enhance and give prominence to your photos.