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Re: Must landscapes meet a higher standard?


Aspirations ... simple, imo.

Continuous improvement until you're satisfied (or frustrated). Some of us aspire to emulate, and work toward that. Others of us aspire to NOT emulate. Personally, I aspire to increase my "command & control" so that whether I want to emulate or not, I've got the ability to go for it.

I also realize that since I'm on a beer budget ... I'm not likely to ever pull off a shot that looks the same as one from a 400/2.8 or 200/1.8 lens, so it is a waste of my time, money, energy & effort to fret over it. But that's just money ... so who gives a rat's behind.

My goals are more along the lines of the apprentice / master relationship of the renaissance ... you simply keep learning (and applying), and never stop.

Karate Kid ... "Wax On, Wax Off" ... you just keep putting it in you, so that it is there to use when / how you want / need to use it.




Dec 13, 2012 at 10:50 PM



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