This is a chapter from the book A Lesser Photographer.
“Great photography is about depth of feeling, not depth of field.” — Peter Adams
How much about what you’ve learned as a photographer could you let go of today?
How many of the lessons have never really applied? And how many have applied, but never really mattered? The more you let go of, the more creative freedom you’ll rescue and the more time you’ll have to photograph.
Unlearning photography may be just as rewarding as learning photography.