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Teju Cole on photography work: "Along the way, I felt the constant company of doubt: my lack of talent, my imposter's syndrome, my fear of boring others. Every once in a great while, there was finally a superb picture, but when I looked at it the following week, I would see that it actually wasn't very good: too obvious, too derivative. Three thousand photographs and three thousand doubts."
Yep, I know the experience. I make an image, think it's "superb," and the morning after see that "it actually wasn't very good." I've been (re)-reading an excellent book, "Art&Fear" and one of the points the authors make is that at some point you just have to go on. Let it be what it will be . . .