National Geographic photographer, William Albert Allard, talks about the role that passion, caring about the subject matter and serendipity have played in his photography. You can't think about every detail when you're in the moment, you have to react intuitively. This is the type of photography that I love too.
Of course you have ideas of what you'd like to do, but when you arrive in a situation, you need to be open to what's happening and react. As Allard says, the difference between an average picture and great image can be a matter of inches; I'd say millimetres.
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