iPhotography again. This glyph along the Columbia river begged for a tone of time in the way it was photographed. There are infinite options available to us now for interpreting a subject and infinite ways to choose wrongly as well. Tintype by Hipstagram has been my filter of choice lately. The mind's eye is how we pre-visualize a work. Ansel Adams did it every time knowing he'd be manipulating to a great extent through contrast and toning and choice of paper, etc. So don't be simply puritanical about manipulation. Just be responsible.