This composite was created on an iPhone 6 when I was teaching at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Colorado a couple of weeks ago. The image was made from the three source images shown below (all taken with the iPhone).
The initial composite was made while I was riding home along a steep and winding mountain road from one of our location field trips. My fellow instructor Amadou Diallo and I had planned a "cross-pollination" session for the last day of the week between his iPhone Photographer class and my Creative Digital Darkroom class. I wanted to show his group a live compositing demo on the iPhone and during the ride home from our location higher up in the Rockies, I tried out a few ideas, this being one of them.
The apps used were Diptic to create the reflected version of the stream, LensLight to create the bright point of light, Image Blender to add the door and the bright point of light to the reflected stream image, and Ansel for the final black and white styling. I am working on a short video tutorial to show how this composite was created. Stay tuned!
If you're interested in creating composites on your mobile devices, check out my online course on that topic at lynda.com: Creating Photo Composites on Smartphones & Tablets.