As someone who enjoys photography, one of my early heroes was Henri Cartier-Bresson.
This master artist of the single shot captured so much. Each image framed exquisitely in the moment.
So I aspired to get the perfect photograph, considering post-production editing a failure.
But then I caught a comment from Andy Adams reminding us that every shot is already cropped. We can’t take it all in. It’s impossible.
We only see in part.