Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse is one of the most photographed lighthouses in North America, so it can be difficult to capture a unique perspective. Thanks to a tip from Roger Morin (one of the locals) and a step stool, I discovered a hidden window that beautifully reflects the lighthouse and coastline. When a telephoto lens proved unsuccessful at producing sharp focus, I moved on to a wide angle and experienced more satisfying results. Since it was impossible to perfectly square the window frame, I used Photoshop’s Free Transform tools to tweak the perspective. Here’s a Photoshop Workbench tutorial explaining how to fix perspective.