In art quantity doesn't overpower mastery. The art masters did not produce 30, 60, or 200 in a series. Many times through their experimentation and love for what they felt inside, one piece rose above as a new stepping stone. Neither did they sit idly by reveling in their latest achievement. Their latest art form was neither the apex nor the destination, but rather part of a larger journey. I want to encourage you to look at photography as a true art form. It's true that not all who love photography use it in this way—and that is perfectly fine. But developing a discerning spirit about when to use a certain artist's talent will help you see the difference between the two.