Back to the barn with nothing – Mike Johnston

But just because we always come back to the barn with “results” doesn’t mean we got anything. When we get nothing, we have to have the discipline to know we got nothing, and not try to force it to be “something”

So much of the photography I see on the internet is made of snapshots that don’t work. Most of the stuff I post fails in the same way. One thing I’m doing to improve my self-evaluation is to immediately delete photos that don’t show me something first thing. This is riskly, but I’m betting that 99% of the time I’m right. This way I don’t spend hours trying to make something from nothing.