Part of being artistic is the ability to be merciless during the act of creation. Self-critique without being unkind, and know when to cut what isn’t working.
We all make plans to do photography, but life has a habit of changing those plans. Adaptability is key—and it takes a variety of forms.
Is there value in creating a photographic memoir, even if your work is unknown? I think so—and here are my reasons for it.
While some may say that returning to the same places is boring, building greater levels of familiarity enables us to tell richer, deeper photographic stories.