I decided to try to become left-handed as a challenge to myself. I expected it to be very difficult and to be months of wiggly lines and trouble. I knew it must be possible, people switch hands under circumstances where they lose the use of their primary, but it came very easily and quickly to me. I discussed it with a neuroscientist friend who believes that I was left handed to begin with and encouraged to switch to my right hand. Regardless, I am now functionally ambidextrous.
The left-handed images have a greater sense of shadow and space, and the right handed images have a stronger sense of line. In all of them the emotional character of the subject is interpreted completely differently from each other.
I prefer my left-handed work. It takes more time and concentration but the result manages to be more precise at the same time as being imperfect and alive.