Olga Kotovska Creates Eerie Emotional Shots In 'Reflected'

By: Anne Booth - Published: Sep 17, 2013 • References: &
In Olga Kotovska's shoot 'Reflected,' she is inspired by Japanese mythology and captures this through multiple reflections within the photo shoot. In the shoot, there are two reflective objects -- the water and the mirrors. The mirror is focused at different angles to reflect the young model within the shoot and the reflections of trees in the foreground and the background.

The mixture of autumn leaves and the tree roots add to the pictures and create amazing reflections within the mirrors. The mirrors also capture images that are in front of them creating mystery in the air. The girl within the photos uses the trees and the area around her in order to create creepy poses and reflections that are then viewed by us. Olga Kotovska's reflections are menacing and nightmarish, but they encourage us to become curious to learn more about the theme of the shoot. Stats for Gothic Reflection Photography Trending: Older & Buzzing
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