So I am walking around the main square in San Miguel taking the same pictures of the church that a million other photographers have taken - like the picture on the right. I did use several techniques on mine, however. One was HDR. Do you see the others? Post your answer here. Hint: some were done in Photoshop.
So I asked myself, "How can I get a shot of the church that I have never seen before?" I got the answer by simply looking around for something totally different, which resulted in the picture on the left of the church reflected in a window. I thought of the expression from the Bible: Seek and ye shall find.
Okay, it's not the world's best or most creative picture of the church. However, it is different. Most important, it was fun challenging myself do to something creative.
You assignment Mr. Phelps, should you decide to accept it: Be creative and picture a subject in a reflection.
If you get a nice shot, post it on my flickr page. And don't forget to post your comment here about what else I did to the picture on the right.
Explore the Light,
P.S. We do lots of stuff like this on my workshops.