Edweard Muybridge was a famous photographer. But he got his abilities from something other than a natural gift when he was born. He was a victim of sudden savant syndrome. But the story is not what I’m here to tell you about. It’s that he was a great example for photographers. He thought out of the box and shot rough, remote landscapes, while photography usually was soft, and quiet pictures. So I want you to follow his example and try to be the best, even though that might not happen. But you still need to try! Take pictures of weird, but interesting things, like that power plant I took a photo of, or maybe a lightning strike, or like the owl I took a picture of. That is one key to great abilities.
Those are my most interesting photos!