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REFLECTION­S | 'THE OTHER SIDE' OF UNDERWATER FIGURE PHOTOGRAPH­Y BY ALEX SHER

THE OTHER SIDE

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Igrabbed my camera and jumped in the water again, as usual… however, this time, instead of photograph­ing models,

I started looking up - at the other side mirror. The things I saw were definitely not what I expected to see.

Let's say it was a very different reflection because the water surface was moving. This movement brings out features we are missing in regular mirrors. It was not a reflection; it was an opinion."

– Alex Sher.

‘THE OTHER SIDE’ OF UNDERWATER FIGURE PHOTOGRAPH­Y BY ALEX SHER

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One day when I was in the pool, instead of photograph­ing models, I took pictures of their reflection­s on the other side of the water's surface. As the water surface, we normally see, the other side is also a mirror - A very different one with floating reflection­s, holes full of trees standing by the pool, the skies, and sometimes people. These reflection­s and holes are constantly shifting, opening, and disappeari­ng. You can't predict what you will see next. Nothing remains of that moment, except for the photo you took.
Print 48" x 28.8" . on aluminium plate. Limited edition of 12.
Alex Sher © All rights reserved.
Private Pool. 2018 One day when I was in the pool, instead of photograph­ing models, I took pictures of their reflection­s on the other side of the water's surface. As the water surface, we normally see, the other side is also a mirror - A very different one with floating reflection­s, holes full of trees standing by the pool, the skies, and sometimes people. These reflection­s and holes are constantly shifting, opening, and disappeari­ng. You can't predict what you will see next. Nothing remains of that moment, except for the photo you took. Print 48" x 28.8" . on aluminium plate. Limited edition of 12. Alex Sher © All rights reserved.
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