I’m sure I’ve mentioned this here before in general numbers, but today I did a detailed count of photos that I have revisited since I first bought PhotoLab 3 in late 2019.
The number today stands at 1,418. These are mostly photos that had previously been processed in one of Lightroom, Aperture, or Luminar, but also a significant number of photos that were passed over in those applications yet made the cut with PhotoLab. There are also some in that number that were revisited with Prime and then again with DeepPRIME.
These photos span from 2008 to 2019 and without exception stand up to my current standards for publishing. (Though a small number of previously published shots did not and were subsequently ‘unpublished’.)
Some people may do this as a matter of course, but for those like me who make a judgement shortly after taking the shots and then move on, I encourage you to go back and revisit your old memories and see what you can make of them today.
This, by the way, is why I delete nothing.