Why do so many photographers think it’s their duty to make you feel less than you are for wanting to see how others do their thing???
Are we not visual people by nature? So wouldn’t it make sense that our best form of learning and absorbing would come from seeing how others do things? I believe that there is an unbalanced emphasis on finding your own voice (which of course is very important) but not enough on truly learning and understanding the craft of portraiture.
Today I’m sharing my own personal journey from copycat, to emulator to even eventually a little bit of innovation. I can’t wait to hear your thoughts in the comment section below!
Weigh in: Is there too much emphasis on originality & not enough on learning the craft 1st? <— Tweet it out!
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1. What’s the #1 thing you wish you could see how another photographer is doing?
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2. Is there too much emphasis on finding your own voice but not enough on learning the craft first?
I create six-figure photographers, and I'd love to teach you, step-by-step, how it's done. This is happening for photographers from all over the world who are just like you. Let me prove just how wildly successful YOU can be!
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