It’s easy to get caught up in creating the perfect image; stressing over the sharpness, the saturation, and the bits and pieces that others say constitute a ‘good’ photograph. This inevitably leads us to obsess over which hardware can help us get the best results.
If you love photography chances are you enjoy the time you spend with the camera in your hand trying to capture the world around you. And you probably enjoy some creative tweaking afterwards.
But then when you evaluate your result, your final image, you might find yourself feeling disappointed or inadequate as you compare yourself to others. And we’re prone to this because, while we live in a time where sharing our images is easy and our reach is great, photography is a visual medium. Deep down, we want someone else to see it. Naturally, you will then wonder what others will think of your image, worry even.