Sorry to break it to you but your photography, and any other art you produce, sucks. Mine does too. That is the truth.
Don't let that discourage you though. Take it, chew on it, think on it, let it make you angry, and then prove me wrong. The point is that your art, my art, sucks in someone's eyes and we must accept that. "You can't please everyone." That saying has never been more true than in the art world. What is art? Who says what is good and bad? I can tell you what I like and what I don't, but who am I to say what is good and what is bad?
I think at some point we all struggle with this. Art is a very subjective thing. Human beings are remarkably different in every way and our tastes vary vastly. So then, do we throw our paintbrushes in the trash, break our charcoal sticks, and smash our lenses? I mean, there is no point if we cannot please our audience. If not, then how do we make art that is "good?"
I would argue that "good" art is whatever makes you feel good. You, the creator, not the person on the other side of the screen clicking the "like" button. If your art makes you feel good, then that really is all that matters. This isn't some feel good self help crap, I think that with today's obsession with social media, we forget that we need to create art for ourselves. It is nice to create something that is liked by many, but it is not as important as creating for yourself first. Once we can create for ourselves, we can only hope that it will inspire and help others in some way.
That is why I keep this blog going. For a long time I was really bummed out about the time and effort I spent putting together some of these posts only to get a total of... 0 comments. These posts really do take a lot of time and effort. But, as I said from my very first blog post, this is for me. I forget that along the way sometimes, but in the end that is what it is about. That's what my photography is too.
That being said, I appreciate you coming to my site and reading my rambling. I hope that somewhere along the way, one of these posts will strike a chord with you. I also hope that I have inspired you to take a second look at your work and realize that your stuff really doesn't suck. Not unless you really think that it does.