Austin Kleon says that sharing something small everyday is more important than showing the "big stuff" once in a blue moon.
In chapter 3 of his book, "Show Your Work", Kleon shows how putting some small piece of work out daily keeps you as a creator on other people's radar. Basically, people are busy and they forget you and me exist. Kind of. (Not really. But mostly.) So we remind them.
My dad is a fairly successful blogger and is working on his first book, and one thing he always tells me is that quality is important, but consistency is even more important. You have to get into a routine so that people beginning expecting work from you, and even seeking it out. I wonder if my father ever read Kleon's book...
I tend to be an all-or-nothing kind of person, but I’m learning that slow consistency is more important. I want to start doing what Kleon is saying, sharing more of my photos on Facebook and Instagram, and eventually (this summer!) I want to create a personal website/portfolio.