As a photographer symmetry is one of the hardest types of composition you can find. Nature has a habit of avoiding symmetry most of the time. You’ll never walk through a forest and find two identical trees and you’ll never see the left side of the sky perfectly matching the right.
However it is dead easy to create symmetrical images using Photoshop, the knack is disguising the fact that you used Photoshop at all.
In this video I’ll show you how to mirror an image and then apply a few tweaks to complete the perfect symmetric photo.
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