Something the previous post brings to mind—generally, in photography, any technical flaw can potentially be used for artistic expression.
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Jimmy Reina: "When I was in school, my professor put my (accidental) double exposure in the end of year student show, and it won first prize. In that instance, my real skill was as an editor—even a mistake can have good composition."
Dennis: "A weed is just a flower growing in the wrong place."
Leslie Quagraine: "We self-built our family home. Anything that came out a bit wonky, my wife dubbed a 'feature.' Long live features in the creative process."