April 2021 // The Travel Edition

2. PICK A DATE

You gotta commit to this. And there is no better way than by putting it on your calendar and making it real. This forces you to march to a certain beat. There is a lot of work to do if you are going to be a destination photographer. We will cover more of this in the article, but surely, you realize being a destination photographer is more than grabbing your camera and showing up to a magical city and shooting. My suggestion, pick two cities you want to shoot in this summer and mark it off. Start with a 3-day weekend. That's super easy. Travel the first, shoot the second day, and travel back the third. If your schedule is flexible then schedule more time, but this is a great way to start. Once you have this on your schedule, the next thing you need to do is start selling it to your clients. You know, the very people you are trying to get to pay for this magical ride.

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