Engaging with critique and feedback from peers
It's very hard to continually see your own work and expect to improve without constructive feedback. So it IS needed! There is so much truth in an unbiased voice, then, such a great idea to review and reflect on our images. Our friends and family will usually always tell us our creations are wonderful. So getting feedback from esteemed peers, (to me), is important. And one of the main reasons why I belong to photography groups.
In artwork, I am never satisfied. I am not sure many creatives are - we tend to strive for the impossible 'perfection'. I work over and over a piece manyatime. Some of history’s greatest painters would often paint over their original work before the final ‘masterpiece’ was presented, so this is nothing new. One day, one day. :)
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