Upload & Sell: Off
I often times look around here and envy most of the work I see. So many different angles, so many cool aspects, so many different styles, and so many different subjects.
But at the end of the day, framing a couple with their heads in the bottom 5% corner of a frame, with 45° of tilt, and having completely blank and open space everywhere else isn't something I see myself in 20 years going, "Man, I'm glad I took that picture." Additionally, even if the couple still loves the pictures, most of my clients (currently, I'm hoping to get away from this) will never buy an album, nor print any pictures. They want digital files, and do nothing with them. Not all of them, but a good majority of them. So the likelihood is that many people will lose their CD's or thumbdrives in 5-10 years, and not care anymore. Which is sad.
ANYWAY... the moral of this story is I shoot for me. I always look back at some images and think about what I could have done better or just plain differently. But if I shoot for me, and "me" is a somewhat classic style that strives to emulate the classic look of film, and offers framing and angles that are flattering, classic, but still fun and envelope-pushing, then I'm happy, and if my clients love me and my work, they too will be happy in 5 week, 5 months, 5 years, and 50 years.