Quote Originally Posted by Bill Burk View Post
IIn a week or two when they get the pictures back, they probably will forget what the motivation was. They will likely throw out the blurry shots that they can't see anything in.

But those are the interesting shots that really deserve to be seen.
... because some of those terrible shots will have real meaning. I'm continually amazed at how many of my (insert any relations hip here - wife, mother, child)'s crappy photographes get copied and distributed, and are received with genuine glee by the recipient. A huge part of photography is memory saving and memory sharing... neither of which need to be of photographic high quality. Another huge part of photography is being individually expressive... however that may be done. Live and let live!