Two years ago I got to take the portrait of a Brighton photography Legend. Tony Tree, who was a staff photographer on the Argus newspaper for a long time in the golden age of print.
I remember having a great time on the shoot while photographing Tony and I was just asked this morning if someone could use the photo I shot back in 2016 for another article. So I thought i'd revisit the images from the shoot to see if I could offer them anything else, and I came across this photo that didn't work for the first article, but I really think it captures Tony's reflective nature.
So I suppose the moral of the story is that it can pay to look at your work with fresh eyes and a couple of years distance.
Oh and here is the original image from the portrait shoot we used two years ago.