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Photography is a learning curve. I don’t hesitate to ask other photographers questions when I need to. When deciding what you might like to photograph, looking at the work of others, deciding what photographs you like of your own and others helps to formulate a direction. Manuals need to be read and can be confusing but they provide an opportunity to ask questions on forums or of photographers you know. The same with processing, there is a steep learning curve. Just taking pictures and not learning about your lens or camera; processing, and not trying different things means ending up with a lot of snapshots not photographs. The squirrel made me think about this because when I was taking squirrel pictures a year ago, someone on the trail had questions, but the one thing they did not ask me was why I was photographing the squirrel. I forget the question but I worked the squirrel into the answer.