Photography and Disappointment — 10 Comments

  1. Enjoyed this article Dan. This is one reason I tend to wait a while to process the bulk of my images. By then I’m less excited and can see the image for what it really is – not as affected by what my expectations were or the disappointment of not meeting them.

  2. So well written.
    You say: Remember, a good photograph isn’t just a picture of “the thing” or “the place.”
    This take some time to understand it. For anyone looking to get the perfect picture.Thank you for your words. Now I have something to think about during the spring.
    From Hilda

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