This is a creation of Joachim Schmid — Photogentic Draft #15, 1991
Problem solving and creativity go hand in hand. So it helps a problem solver to continually hone his creative skills.
Though there are many ways to hone one’s creativity we may always learn a new method to do so from Joachim Schmid. He creates new images from ‘technically wrong’ images.
This is what he did to create this fine work of art. In this case, he came across a box of negatives, cut in half so they could not be used. Just like putting jigsaw puzzle pieces together – he positioned the different images in odd combinations that created a surprising new image with profound fluidity.
Potential for creative work can just be found anywhere. With this technique we learn how to put together seemingly unrelated images, ideas, thoughts to create a surprisingly new image, idea or thought.
You can see the potential anywhere.