One thing that I enjoy doing is going back and reediting an assignment. More often than not I find photographs that I had originally overlooked. It is a great exercise to help me continue as both a photographer but also as a photo editor.
Deciding which images work and which do not can be one of the hardest parts of being a photographer. And the worst about it, its all just one person's opinion. One person may think it is a great image and another may think it isn't.
The image above is one that I had pulled from an assignment a few days ago but had easily forgotten. When I went back to look over the images again, something attracted me to it. The subtle quality of light on his hand, and the only identification being a Raven's Superbowl ring made up an interesting image.
What have I learned? Always take a second look at your work, you might find some unexpected things.
Until next time, take care!