Think of a photograph as analogous to a football game. The photographer is the quarterback. The photographer is ultimately responsible for the success of the image. If the picture doesn’t work, it’s not the model’s fault, the gear’s fault or the weather’s fault. It’s the photographer’s fault. The photographer is the brains of the team – the front man (or woman.) It’s on the photographer to overcome the odds and make the image work.
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