Perfectionism is a tough rut to break out of. How important is it that all your editing is perfectly technically correct?
- I used to want ART to be MATH. But it’s not.
- If I like the image, I’m done. If you need to find YOUR line of editing, listen to the last podcast
- If you don’t pay attention to the way you FEEL, sometimes you’ll keep trying to make it perfect and you miss the bigger picture
- I’m trying my best to NOT worry and NOT nitpick
- As a photographer, you’ll see things that other people DON’T.
- Most people don’t zoom in until they can see the pixels to view the image. They look at the entire image.
- We want lenses to be sharp, but don’t make too big a deal about it. Think of photos from 50 years ago!! The shots weren’t the sharpest, but they’re still fully emotional.
- Gear will always get better and better
- Don’t focus SO FAR IN on the details that you MISS the bigger picture.
- If you move on more quickly, you’ll get BETTER FASTER.
- If you’re working on MORE images instead of frustrating yourself with JUST ONE, you’ll become a better editor quickly.
- Don’t get lazy, that’s not the point here.
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