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Image Editing, Delete It

Hiker standing on rock in morning fog along Cedar Brook during the summer months in the Pemigewasset Wilderness of Lincoln, New Hampshire USA. This area was part of the East Branch & Lincoln Railroad, which was a logging railroad which operated from 1893 - 1948.
Hiker in brook moving arms – Deleting it

Image Editing, Delete It – In the photography industry, it is well known that we photographers are the worst when it comes to editing our own images. We think our images are flawless, no matter how blurry and soft they are. And no photographer likes hitting the delete button, but if an image is bad you have to. Today, I am going to give you a break from the scenic backcountry images I usually post and share with you images that are just plain terrible. I hope you enjoy this lighthearted post on image editing.

The above shot of the hiker standing in Cedar Brook in the Pemigewasset Wilderness moved his arms right when the shutter button was triggered. I like the scene and set-up, but find the arm movement distracting and it ruins the shot. I am deleting this image.

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