After some digitizing with Epson V500 and white automatic exposure and color enhancement, the photo was loaded in the program Photoscape, free software, and some corrections were undertaken to give this:
|Original after digital correction|
|Photo with water reflexion|
|Zoom effect with Photoscape|
|Doble glas over zoom|
|Maximum zoom effect|
Yes, I think it is worth to tweak digitally the photos. From durst removal to the artistic effects, they are intended to help us make the better and more from otherwise very common or spoiled pictures. Some will want to keep only what could be done without the digital possibilities but it is difficult to say what is possible or not. Doble glass or glas with structure is possible physicaly, zoom too when photographing or enlarging, color balance and color separation too, etc.. The digital is made by copying physical processes, so every transformation is, in principle, possible. The smooth grade variation maybe not, but the digital replaces a lot of artifacts and make it easier to do things that for time reasons and costs we wouldn't do.
I love both, film and digital possibilities!