Deconstruction is a technique which I read about last year on the Warehouse Express Photography Guides page last year. It appealed to me back then but I didn't have enough images of any one place to make it work. Today I finally sat down and put together some of the images I've been collecting of Anglesey Abbey, just outside Cambridge.
It took a while to learn how. I am something of a Photoshop boob/noob, so almost every aspect of the process involved using a new (to me) technique. What's been surprising is just how much work it is in Photoshop to put this type of image together. Photogrid for iOS involves nothing more than choosing the source files and selecting a style. This is really where the power of mobile computing and small single purpose apps comes into its own. Sure - if you can imagine it, Photoshop can create it - but for the average consumer who just wants to put out something cool, it's an unfriendly behemoth.
Anyway, have a look and do let me know what you think in the comments below.