In 1921, Swiss psychologist Hermann Rorschach published his methodology of evaluating patients with inkblots. For this week's Shooting Challenge, you are going to create photographic versions of his famous test.
Recreate the classic inkblot in a photo. In other words, half the frame should mirror the other half. And like our awesome lead shot by Nick Page that inspired this challenge (post-processed here), IT MUST BE IN BLACK AND WHITE, with a WHITE BACKGROUND and BLACK "INKBLOT" that is your subject. Can you use Photoshop? Yes, to both convert the photos to B&W and to mirror your subject appropriately. But through aggressive lighting, you could shoot the subject in enough shadow and the backdrop in enough highlight to create a black and white effect before desaturation.