While I agree with pushing 35 mm one will stress the possibilities of making a good print.
If the body of work is strong it will over come any obstacles.
I visited the George Eastman House where there was a major Salgado show and yes you are right the prints may have been too large, but it was very easy to get past this fact and view a wonderful body of work.
That day I saw some people standing in front of photographs and crying with emotion over what they were viewing.
The moment you stop fretting about making a perfect print and start telling a story that you can tell with your camera is a turning point.
I know many technicians with tens of thousands of hours practicing who cannot create great art with a camera, I in fact am probably one of them.
I also know photographers who have never made a print but have a wonderful story to tell and have work in Museum's.
Rock , Paper Scissors
A good story trumps technical excellence.
Originally Posted by Q.G.