Further editing down to the 12 used (of the 300 taken) took a while as there is probably 20 or so that would make a larger piece of work sometime in the future. The toning was changed to a tritone that had been used before in Landscape. The tonality is slightly reduced from a normal contemporary monochrome and this is sympathetic with the imagery and the underlying feel of the period. Although the brief ask for digital files I printed onto HP semi gloss with gloss enhancer and sent these at 9.5" square with 2" white borders to my tutor along with a USB stick containing large tiffs and web prepared jpgs. Hard copy and text files of the write up together with a hanging layout were included. This quick piece of work ( well 1 month for an assignment is quick for me) has got me back into OCA photography and as always there is a residual effect that was not evident at the start. I enjoyed it, and the prospect of returning to this area of the town and its architecture is appealing.