The Guru got me to switch from cropping and “improving” my photos in Photoshop to doing the few operations I use right in iPhoto—since, after all, that’s where the photos (mostly) are sitting to begin with. I find there are pros and cons to each program for the three or four variables I like to tweak (other than cropping—which is mediocre in this specimen).

Anyway, this is a slightly enhanced landscape from our tour down Skyline Drive last month. I try to avoid making photos too sharp and “over-correcting” flaws; I’m afraid, however, that my eye is changing in response to all the over-tweaked photos I see near-daily, and it’s a bit too-too. A bit. Well, I’m not going to redo it today!

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