"As a photographer, you have to push yourself all the time. I take a lot of crap." UK wildlife photographer Andy Rouse (at the recent Focus on Imaging conference) offers a reminder why taking lots of photos is preferable to endless attempting to frame theperfect shot. That's what the delete key is for.
Why Taking Crap Photos Is No Bad Thing
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