While searching through some old photos recently, I was reminded of the importance of re-visiting and potentially re-editing images that we may have taken a while ago but overlooked. We sometimes have a large photo shoot, but only pick one or two "standout" images to edit, share or print. We can end up ignoring several other very good images that deserve a little tweeking and airing. We also tend to learn new editing skills over time, and this opens up the potential for re-visiting some of our older images.
The images in this blog post are classic examples of this. Some creative mono conversion has unveiled a collection of shots that were simply sitting on my hard drive, potentially never to see the light of day. Food for thought? Geoff
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