You hear photographers talk all the time about getting into their "zone". For some, it's landscapes that do it. For some, it is wildlife. It might be portraiture, or long exposure photography, or it might be HDR. Maybe you don't know what puts you in the zone yet. Before I ever heard the words "Reverse Lens" I had no idea, it would be my deepest zone.
What Reverse Lens does, is essentially allow me to treat photography as if it were an art form that utilizes a microscope as its primary sculpting tool. And when I lose myself via this method, it is like visiting a whole other world. So many times, I pull images off my camera that remind me of swimming with underwater sea creatures, straight from the abyss. I hear a whale's song.:)