Something about working on the iPad to edit and share my images reminds me of the fun I had with the wet-film-paper workflow that used to be the norm in film-based darkrooms.
For me, the act of capturing the image with a camera is only one part, the first part, of the creative process.
What to shoot?
Sure, without the initial image, all the cool darkroom tricks are meaningless — take a picture of a white sheet of paper and see how cool it looks with a sepia filter applied, or a Hipster grain. Interesting subject matter is essential.
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