The technical quality is the easy part. Buy a good camera, read and follow the instructions.
Once you've become comfortable with the gear, you are free to work on your vision. It really is that simple.
I know what you're saying; I meant more like I wish my images were so fabulous that their technical quality would be considered relatively irrelevant. (Ideally by those paying me large sums to own them.) I've seen this in action.
I photograph things to see what things look like photographed.
- Garry Winogrand