Having survived the beast Gerald heads for cover.
Just a reflection about your previous post where you stated that you wanted to develop as a photographer and the one shot a day thing wasn’t really doing it for you. I think that the biggest problem is of course keeping up the quality of the photos. If you don’t have time then it’s rather obvious that you will be disappointed with the quality of the shots; they will look “dull.” I find that EVERY photographer takes some terrible shots. The essence at least for me is taking a higher percentage of great shots, and then the real key is choosing the best ones. Proof that being a good photographer is really just a matter of taste for the beholder.
I like the DOF in this one though 😉
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