This was a remarkable shot that presented itself while I was visiting the southern shore of Lake Erie. There were these two little girls, all dressed in pink, feeling very pretty with their pink parasols, as they gazed out over the incoming waves. Of course I didn't have my camera! So I did the only thing I could do -- grab someone else's -- a disposable. I got as close as I could, which wasn't very close, and I took one shot, just as the girls were getting up to go. The usable image only took up 25% of the frame, and the optics were terrible, presenting chromatic aberration and distortion in many parts of the photograph. With great effort, I edited those problems away, for the most part, but I was still left with grain the size of golf balls. What to do? Well, this photo did remind me of an impressionist scene, so I made it so. Voila! C'est magnifique, n'est ce pas? (Click here to learn more and to see "before" and "after" shots.)

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