November 2020 // The Business Edition


I need a studio, I don’t know Photoshop, I am afraid of Photoshop, it’s raining, I can’t find a location, I don’t have the right equipment, I don’t have a model. I am certain you have heard these and many more verbalized obstacles from some of your fellow photographers. If you want to be able to function as the photographer you say you want to be, you must stop looking at things just one way. You must make valid efforts to get out of the normal thought processes and practices to venture into areas that you may be uncomfortable with. It will either work or not. You will not know until you try. Our growth comes from repetition. If you do not practice, try new skills, or look for new places and opportunities, you will continue to stay in the same space you are in today.

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