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08/18/2017

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Andrew Dacey

Here's something similar I did with some images from a trip last year. After I got back and had edited my selects, I took some of my favourites and set them as the images my computer would cycle through for its desktop image. It's not quite the same as printing obviously, but it's a great way to sit with your work over time. I found that I started liking some images less over this time, while others grew on me. Similarly, I spotted some marks in the images that I'd missed in my first editing pass, as well as a slight issue with colour balance in one of the images (not necessarily "off" but just didn't match the character of the rest of the series).

As I don't own my own inkjet printer and would have to send images off to a lab this has been an invaluable exercise for evaluating my work and determining which images I would like to print.

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