It’s always good to revisit old edits, as a way to measure my success or failure in past efforts. So here is one image from Amsterdam of the Canals. Not an outstanding image by any means, it was taken on my old Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX30. … Continue readingRevisited #8: Amsterdam Canals
The next in the revisited series. This one is from much further back and was actually posted on my old blog way back in 2007. I posted this shot. The crop edges were a thing then, I do apologize! “I thought I’d just include this … Continue readingRevisited #6: Tamsui Sunset from 2007
The next in the revisited series. A topical photograph that was critiqued way back in 2015. I don’t remember the critique comments, except that it seemed lacking in focus, photographers were puzzled why I took it, I think! I realize that this photograph’s composition can’t … Continue readingRevisited #7: Disaster Tourism in Taiwan
The next in the series: Can you spot the differences? The first image was completely unedited before export, but the 2nd was lightly edited in Lightroom. I boosted a lot of features in the 3rd, can you guess which? Follow the discussion on FB Photowalkers.
The next in the series: Can you spot the differences? The first image was taken without much regard to the garbage on the left. I thought I could crop it out… but it took two attempts to get the crop right. The first one cropped … Continue readingRevisited #4: Temple Donors – Honored with a Painted Inscription
Both photographs were cropped to remove a tourist’s right arm on the left, though I cropped the 2nd more. Unlike the first which was edited in Picasa, I had a lot more control over clipping, colors and saturation. So for the 2nd attempt, I boosted … Continue readingRevisited: Osaka Castle, Osaka Japan – #3 of 10