Today’s post is another image from my trip up to Rockport, MA in late November. As it was my first time there, I was trying a variety of different angles and perspectives on Motif #1, the famous fishing shack you see in the background. When I was done, I came home and started reviewing the shots to see how I did. I immediately processed the shots I thought were keepers, and left the majority of them for another time.
So I was revisiting these shots the other day, and when I saw this one, I was so glad I had hung on to the non-keepers. I immediately saw something in the original files this time around which I hadn’t seen before, and processed it with that vision in mind. You hear it all the time, but there’s definitely something to be said about coming back to images a while after you shoot them. You’re almost guaranteed to see something different the second or third time around.
Nikon D90, Nikkor 18-70, f/13, 29mm, 3 brackets