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Learning from "significant failures"

Posted 10 October, 2007 in Artmaking

Mike Johnston of The Online Photographer just posted a characteristically insightful piece on becoming a "successful" photographer. (I put that in quotes because he’s talking about more than one kind of success.)

The real gold is in the last section, How to know. The significant idea is this: "If you use the 1-2-3 method of editing, you might consider starting a new category: significant failures."

Read the rest, it’s short and worth it!



I stopped reading Mr Johnston after an exchange some months back, but I think I can offer a summary without reading it: your mistakes are your style.

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