In this contest I would like to see your photos showing refraction, whether using a lensball, droplets of water, glasses, bottles etc. Refraction is the phenomenon of light rays bending when they hit the surface of a lens or another medium. When light hits a curved or angled transparent surface that is positioned between your camera and the subject, then the refraction effect is most pronounced. You may have seen photos with a blurred background that is reversed and sharply defined in a crystal ball or a drop of water; this is refraction photography. Try to be creative with your photos and I hope you have fun.
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