Editing photographs can be interesting and fun. My most loved photographs are the ones that I took 18 years forward. They were all done on FILM. I used a Kodak Plus-X 125 black and white film in my Canon camera. I then would process the film in a bag to transfer to a canister. Then, used chemicals to process the reel of film. You never knew what you would get. I then, would take that film, and make a photo out of the entire length of it on my enlarger in my darkroom. Just to see if I had something, I would enlarge to a print. I had a lot of fun! My favorite photograph of all time. So far it is. It is of a little boy at the Garrison arena in the Clemson, SC complex. I went there to photograph horses. But, he was there and captured me. I asked him if he was a "real" cowboy." He answered a huge "Yes, M'am, I am." I then asked if I could take his photograph and he was so happy to pose. I loved his hat and boot in the air! I didn't know until I developed the film in my darkroom that he had a "WEE" bit of a problem. My favorite photo to this day. Re-invented by scanning it. Taking out all of the dust. A lot of work, but I hope, I hope, you like it!