It was not long ago that photographers such as Ansel Adams were making "Box set's" portfolios of their photography, when photographers would just put in their BEST photographs...regardless if they were all related ect. In todays photography market, it seems more fine art photographs are creating "series" of their work, that is made up of 10-20 (or more) prints that are all very similar and carry a message as a whole series, rather then the "Single image" Do you feel it is more important for a sucessful photographer to develop "Series" of similar work, or would it be too outdated to make a portfolio of only your best work? Is the idea of a "single image" gone, and now more galleries focus on a artist series? I can see that doing a series would be good for making a book, for example Michael and Paula's Tuscany books. You do not see many photography books today that are just tons of random photographys it seems. Well, all comments are welcome. Thanks for your help.