Sometimes I stand in front of a subject and I find it so compelling that I stay there taking picture after picture trying to get the right image. That was the case when I came across this lighthouse lamp. The fact that I was photographing what is, essentially, a giant lens that has such a strong graphic statement to make was the perfect subject for a photographer. The three pictures I have here are not terribly different in their angle and approach when I was taking the picture but I decided to take a substantially different approach as I processed each of them. Just as, in the days of film and print, the vision of the photographer is not completely realized until the image has been processed. I find a lot of artistic fulfillment in sitting down at my computer with good software tools to work to achieve my vision for the image. The photographer’s job does not end when the shuttered is released, it is not complete until after the image is ready to be viewed. I am interested in hearing from you; which of these treatments you think is best, leave your thoughts in the comments below.