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"I am so clever that sometimes I don't understand a single word of what I am saying." - Oscar Wilde
To Revise older works or not?
A lot has happened since my last post. People seem to like some of my pictures, and a few are now hanging in a local gallery.
But as I've grown, I look at my images posted here over the last year, and I see many errors and problems I did not see before. To some extent, I do not like dwelling on the past. But obviously, revisiting old works with a fresh eye and new knowledge can improve them. In my case, in some of my early stuff I simply could not match my vision at the time, and now I have the skills to at least get closer to that vision.
But, am I better off spending that time and effort on old works, o
Last month I decided to try to get some pictures of smoke. I am fascinated by the transitory and beautiful shapes that smoke can make and I wanted to capture that. Once again, a lot of people have done smoke shots, but I hope I did something at least a bit different, maybe even something you have not seen before.
Smoke is made by matches mostly right when you light them, and then again after they go out. One thing that can make for interesting images is to catch something transitory, something that normally changes too fast to be fully appreciated. I decided I wanted to get a picture of the match just as it lights and try to capture th