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PHOTOS: Saudi lensman documents trip capturing reflections

Saudi photographer known as the ‘King of reflections’ uses his mobile phone to capture the images

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Saudi photographer known as the ‘King of reflections’ documented his days of travel by capturing the reflections of various sceneries through his mobile phone.

Yousef Al-Sudais explains to Al Arabiya.net the way he captures his pictures is by placing the mobile lens in a horizontal position or vertical to the body surface of the reflector.

“You need a certain type of atmosphere and nature to help produce the photo,” he said.

Al-Sudais shared a moment he had in London while taking one of the pictures: “I was sitting on the floor trying to place my mobile phone near the water, seemingly oblivious to the people around me, and Arabs walked past me thinking I don’t understand Arabic. And they were saying: ‘Poor man, sitting in the cold and rain on the ground trying to capture a pointless image!’ I got up smiling, showing them the image of the reflection, and I said calmly, take a look at this pointless image! They were impressed and expressed their apology, asking me to send a copy of it.”