Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy Moore
There seems to be a point in your photography where the equipment and the chemicals and the techniques don't matter anymore. This is not because they aren't required or that you won't learn new things or mix in new ways, but because this is all superfluous. You can and could learn all of the techniques and with enough practice you can master them... that is no more than just practice to the point of unconcious action.

At what point, after you have hit this wall, do you find your path in photography? Or does this never happen?
I find myself wondering about this frequently.

And Jeanette, I don't know that I ever had to write one of those, "What I did last summer" papers.