Mirror Image: Using Reflections in Photography Free class

Korey Klein, Photographer / Data Visualizer

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12 Videos (50m)
    • Introduction

      2:18
    • Project Description

      0:35
    • Landscapes

      3:08
    • Portraits

      4:12
    • Streets

      4:44
    • Example 1

      8:08
    • Example 2

      5:58
    • Example 1

      5:36
    • Example 2

      3:14
    • Example 1

      5:19
    • Example 2

      6:44
    • Final Thoughts

      0:25

About This Class

For photographer Korey Klein (_koreyklein_), there’s always something to love about a photo that utilizes a reflection. Whether it be symmetry or an often unnoticed perspective, reflections offer a photographer many unique ways to compose eye-catching photos.

In this class, Korey will discuss where to best look for reflections, how to shoot with different types of reflective surfaces, and how he edits each shot.

Each photo will challenge you to think differently about angles and composition, allowing you to further develop your photography repertoire, regardless of current skill level.

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Korey Klein

Photographer / Data Visualizer

Korey is a self-taught photographer based out of Salt Lake City. After moving from Indiana to Utah, Korey reconnected with photography as a creative outlet to balance with the heavy workload of grad school. While he can sometimes be found shooting the city streets, most of Korey's work focuses on his escapes into the nearby mountains or other natural settings. When Korey isn’t capturing moments or telling stories through photos, he’s instead telling stories through his data analysis and visualization work at the local United Way.