Happy New Year! I saw this short article with some simple yet powerful advice. Lisa
Your “Tens” and Raising the Bar on your Photography
1.Gather up your top ten photographs into a portfolio (printed photographs or your iPad).
2.Present them really nicely.
3.When someone comes up and wants to see your photographs, you can show them those 10 photos.
4.When you take a photo that’s better than one of those ten, replace it, and put the other one in.
5.If you go for 3 or 4 months and they’re the same 10 damn photos, you know that you’re not working it—you need to push yourself!