'Don't MIS It' is a look through my window. I want ‘Don’t MIS It’ to be your kaleidoscope; (A kaleidoscope is a tube of mirrors containing loose coloured beads, pebbles ,or other small coloured objects. The viewer looks in one end and light enters the other end, reflecting off the mirror)... similar to a kaleidoscope I want to shed light on things that I find inspiring; and hope that they will motivate you to see things differently.
UK based photographer Richard Heeks has explored the world of reflections with his latest project ‘Zubbles’. Zubbles are like normal soap bubbles, except they have ink in them, allowing for a closer and more colourful reflection. Heeks was originally inspired by a scene in the movie Blade Runner, where a close-up shot of the human eye with fire reflected on the pupil and iris appears. At first Heeks tried photographing reflections in the eyes. When varying his subjects and technique he noticed the reflections given off by soap bubbles and how strangely beautiful the reflections appeared.
“I got kind of obsessed with trying to photograph the reflections and trying all kinds of different bubble mixtures and photography techniques,”