This is the second post in my "Redo" series. Last week, I talked about how I was reprocessing some old photos that needed a "fresh coat of paint" from the bad processing that I applied in the past. This photo was taken in 2006 at Cameron Lake in Waterton Lakes National Park. While my "cringe" factor wasn't as high as the last photo that I reprocessed, it still was in need of a redo. The original was quite dark in the shadows and did not have the warmth to it that I remember seeing at the time I shot it. The water had an unnatural look to it, especially at the bottom of the frame, probably a result of an overuse of a vignette. In any case, I like the redo much better. What do you think?