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Vision vs Failure

Post  Admin on Mon 22 Aug 2016, 1:20 pm

Vision vs Failure

Edward Steichen, who eventually became one of the
world's most renowned photographers, almost gave up on
the day he shot his first pictures. At 16, young
Steichen bought a camera and took 50 photos. Only one
turned out--a portrait of his sister at the piano.
Edward's father thought that was a poor showing. But
his mother insisted that the photograph of his sister
was so beautiful that it more than compensated for 49
failures. 

Her encouragement convinced the youngster to stick with
his new hobby. He stayed with it for the rest of his
life, but it had been a close call. What tipped the
scales? The vision to spot excellence in the midst of a
lot of failure. 

-- Bits & Pieces, February 4, 1993
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