Last week we shared a project by photographer Daniel Kukla, who photographed mirrors on easels in the desert in a way that makes them look like landscape paintings. Photographer Brendan Wixted did a similar project earlier this year for a photography class at his university, except he used off-camera lighting to illuminate the reflected landscapes.
He tells us,
The idea behind the project was to add another mirror with the viewfinder mirror to build a composition of the photo. I set up a 12×12 mirror for every shot and used off camera flashes to light the landscapes. These were all shot in Connecticut.
The mirrors give the photographs a surreal look, as if they’re magical windows into other locations.
Image credits: Photographs by Brendan Wixted and used with permission