My ten year old is my mother's only grandchild. Pics of the kid have been a big hit since day one, but my mom has recently repeated the mantra that she is out of wall space. The biggest prints I do anymore are 8x10, so trying to be conservative. Anyway, my kid gets her braces off the other day. She takes a selfie with my phone. Not a bad shot by selfie standards, but obviously limited. I send it to my mom just to show her the braces-free smile. Get a note back today that she got it blown up to 16x20, framed, and has it on the wall in her entryway. I can't imagine an iPhone shot at 16x20, especially with the lower res camera. I'm just shaking my head. Glad she likes the photo, but wondering why I've been wasting time worrying about lighting and settings and post processing when I take portraits of the kid for mom. Maybe my shots just really suck and this is the first one she thought wasn't terrible! It does highlight how much we worry about details that the people we share photos with will never notice, understand or care about. Moral of the story: Shoot more and share more, stop chasing IQ and some semblance of perfection.