When you are culling your photos and come across a bad image, you probably just delete it and move on. But perhaps you should linger on it for just a bit, as you can learn just as much (if not more) from bad images than you can from good images. This excellent video discusses why that is.
Coming to you from Nigel Danson, this helpful video discusses the importance of studying your bad photos. We all take bad photos, and a lot of us tend to just pitch them out and move on. However, none of us intend to take poor photos; so, that leaves the question of where our intention became uncoupled from our execution. Taking the time to understand where you went wrong can help you to understand where you may have some weaknesses in your technique, composition, etc. This will, of course, allow you to then fix whatever caused you to take a bad photo and increase your chances of getting it right in the future. Check out the video above for Danson's full thoughts.
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