You can call them Rorschach tests, or you can call them inkblots. But what happens when you merge the idea of abstract symmetry with photography? You get the incredible entrants in this week's Shooting Challenge.
The infamous "Rorschach Test" is was just a drop of ink pressed between two sides of a folded paper. But the 47 tests that follow have been updated for the mighty year 2010—taken with cameras, rarely utilizing ink.
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.
The Rorschach test is a hallowed tradition in psychology, and nobody is supposed to have access to those smudges that patients project their psyches onto. But a Saskatchewan surgeon has flouted tradition, by posting all ten inkblot images to Wikipedia.
Zack Snyder reports that the "20 years in the making" Watchmen film is now in the can, although there's still the entire arduous process of post-production ahead. Given that master-of-space-and-time Dr. Manhattan is bright blue and nude half the time in the graphic novel, post-production is not an enviable task. We…