Banakas | Photography

Long ago when I was in school, I took a couple of classes that allowed me the ability to process my own black and white prints. And during that process, as long as you had the negative, you were able to use different processing techniques to produce multiple versions of the same image, that were different artistically.

Now a days with digital photos, we don’t go into a physical darkroom, but we use programs like Photoshop as our digital darkroom, and with the processing power of today’s computers, we have access to many more tools that allow us to end up with different processed versions of the same photo.

With this photo, some of you may recognize this shot (previous processed shot), as I have already posted this before, but this time, I took it back into my digital darkroom and looked at it differently, thus coming up with a different version.

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