Think for a moment about the best photograph you’ve ever made.
Which one(s) come to mind?
How long ago did you make it?
A week ago? A year ago? A lifetime ago?
Now think about the last photograph you made that you were proud of.
How does that one compare with the best one you’ve ever made?
Are we only as good as the last photograph we made?
Once we’ve made even one photograph we love, does it follow that we can potentially make another equally as satisfying – if not more so – at any moment?
Does any of this matter?
Are we better just enjoying the art and the passion and the hobby of photography in whichever form we love most, and forgetting about these kinds of measurements and comparisons?
What do you think?
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