I mentioned a couple of weeks ago that I was in the process of re-editing a number of old images where I wasn’t happy with the original editing I did. Here’s the second image I recently re-processed - while I liked it at the time, with the benefit of experience, the original version looks over-edited. This time, I have processed the image with a lighter touch, and I think it looks much more natural and true to my recollection of the subject.
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Ian Mylam is a photographer, pilot and traveller.
Ian's photography encompasses an eclectic mix of subject matter from all parts of the globe.
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Current location: Island of Funen, Denmark