Quote Originally Posted by johnielvis View Post
Yes--this is completely understandable to the people who like a challenge. The joy is in the perfecting and mastering of a difficult thing. Once you have results that impress you, then THAT is the joy--the images are secondary.
This is absurd... You're saying once you make an image that impresses you, the image doesn't matter. Then, what was it that impressed you?

If I read David's post correctly, he said he doesn't need to make photographs, just knowing he can is enough. My question is, how do you know you can do something, unless you actually do it? And, how do you approach "perfecting and mastering" without doing?