My girlfriend Emma told me that sports photographers use cameras that take 11 photos per second.
That’s because everything happens in a split-second, and they don’t know exactly which will be right shot.
So instead of taking one shot and hoping it works, they press the button and spread their bets. It’s a focused scattergun approach – you’re taking many shots, but you still need to be in the right place, press the button at the right time, and nail a really great shot.
It’s hard to make something great. But if you roll the dice over and over again, you are loading them in your favour.