Insert back story..."I have always been interested in photography blah blah blah...upgraded to DSLR...blah blah blah". I recently started investing a lot of time in this forum and reading about photography in general. I have shot and posted a few pictures here, but I find myself stuck in the mindset that I have to have the "perfect" image in mind before I shoot. And conditions or the photo concept must be "perfect" for me to even consider shooting. This may sound well and good to some of you, but it has basically rendered me useless because I spend most of my time analyzing an idea or concept and little time getting out there and shooting. I don't know if this is common or I am a complete headcase, but any suggestions on how to breakout of this mindset would be greatly appreciated. *EDIT* Went out on a walk to try and break the cycle. pictures posted on page 2.