Carlotta Champagne, Film, Digital, and Mulligans

I worked with Carlotta twice a little after I moved to Pensacola, FL at the end of 2012. It was around this time that I had just switched from shooting with film for years to going digital. Entering this new (for me) world of photography, I was under the impression that somehow my technical understanding of analog would pay off. It didn't. In fact it probably only confused me more. In my personal opinion the mediums are so different they probably shouldn't be called the same thing, but that's besides the point. The point is that I wish I could go back and redo my shoots with Carlotta, as well as most others from that time period, so I could have better files to work with.

The positive side to of being able to go back to the beginning is seeing how far you've come. This brings with it a sense of satisfaction that you aren't a total f*%k up, which is always nice. 

Here are a few photos of Carlotta I reedited not that long ago that are leagues apart from the first versions. 

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