I took this picture a couple of years ago with our old point-n-shoot while we were in Washington DC. My son stood looking at the Vietnam Memorial for quite sometime and I was struck by his reflection in the glossy memorial. He said that was one of his favorite memorials at the Mall that day. I started this edit by doing a crop to remove my dad's shirt in the lower right hand corner and to bring more attention to the reflection on the memorial. I then sharpened and did a levels adjustment to fix the colors on the image. Next I created a contrast layer to darken the reflection so it would be more prominent. Once I got the reflection the color I wanted I painted the layer black and then went over the area I wanter darker with white. After all that I was pretty happy with the picture except for the fact the the hat looked kinda day-glo. I decided to fix that by selecting and cutting via a new layer the hat and then setting it on top of the hat in the edited copy. We had a wonderful time on our first trip to Washington DC. My parents were able to come with us and we saw so much.