25 Lessons I Have Learned
11. Go It Alone
Unless were doing portraits, taking pictures makes for bad company.
For the most part, any earnest artistic endeavor is usually a solitary creative exercise. You must concentrate and focus all your energies on the environment that offers you its aesthetic milk and honey; otherwise, you’re liable to miss something—an angle, a passing fancy, a contrast of subject, hue or form.
*an uplifting example: David Wyman's The king of swing
*please note: the photographer and the photograph cited do not necessarily reflect the views of the lesson or any other random thoughts of the writer.
Know Thy Selfe Persevere