One of the things that people rarely talk about in photography is the value of a critique. When I first picked up a camera, I just snapped photos of whatever caught my eye. Some of those photos might have been decent. If I’m being honest, though, most probably weren’t. I simply didn’t have enough knowledge, skill, or practice under my belt to consistently create powerful images. And since I was just starting out, that was okay.
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