"The number of photos we take is incredible. And I’m starting to think that the next generation will laugh at how many photos we have taken. What is the point? Who will look at them all?
At some point, when we are just clicking to click—with no visual intention—then the photo serves to put a wall between us and the experience rather than a window.
What are you doing behind the lens all the time? Raise the bar for yourself; allow only good photos.
Because if you force yourself to publish only good photos, you force yourself to think more about images and what they communicate to the viewer. It’s the first step in transitioning your career to the visual Internet." - Penelope Trunk