When you add objects in Urban Jungle Photo editor, you can also introduce a reflection of that object underneath it. It makes it look like some reflecting material is underneath that object, like a pool of water. This mirror image of an object adds another layer of complexity and gives you more control over your landscapes.
For today's example, let us add a beautiful fish to this street, a surreal fictional landscape piece. We can see that the fish reflects the pavement below it, an exact mirror image of the object itself. This reflection is generated automatically as soon as we place the object in the Urban Jungle Photo Editor.
The Reflection slider helps us change how prominent do we want the reflection to look. Think of it as a transparency slider. By moving the slider more towards the left, we increase the transparency, thus decreasing how clear the reflections look and vice versa.
R blur is the Reflection blur control slider. By moving the slider towards the right, we are increasing the blur effect on the object's reflection. In our case, the fish reflection has become more clear and less blurred by moving it towards the left.
The R Fade is the Reflection Fade control slider. As we move the slider more towards the right, the reflection slowly disappears from the bottom up. If we were to move the slider towards the maximum right, the reflection would fade away. We can use this to control how the reflections fade away.
The reflection of an object scales with the object. So if we were to make the fish size bigger or smaller, the reflection would resize proportionally in real-time. Urban Jungle is designed to make editing a more accessible and fun activity.