Edit. Sort. Rate. This part of photography used to be a big challenge for me. This one or that one? Two stars or three? Right or wrong? Good or bad? My editing process was plagued by overthinking and a lack of trust for my own intuition.
Picking up my camera every day has, in many ways, made for a more streamlined creative process. I don't waste my time over-processing photographs, trying to make them good, when they are, in fact, simply not. Even better, I don't bother to take pictures that will never be good, because they aren't me. I'm finding my own way of seeing and accepting that my vision is worthy.
There is a shift in my thinking. What if wrong is right? What if bad is good? What if I trust myself?
When we keep choosing between right and wrong, we spend our energy sorting life rather than living it.