Photography and Life

December 22, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

Photography is more than art to me personally. It is a way of life. For example:

 

 

Photography: If you want a good photo you have to take many pictures.

Life: If you want to get a good job you have to be aggressive and send a lot of resumes.

 

 

 Photography: You have to sort through all the rejected photos and keep on taking shots until you have a good picture.

Life: Don’t let rejection knock you down. Get back up and try again until you get what you want.

 

 

Photography: An excellent photographer always is pro active at getting good angles.

Life: It is good to be creative and make your own luck. Sometimes luck doesn’t find you. You have to find it.

 

 

Photography: Adjust and correct your mistakes from incorrect exposure and technical error.

Life: All ways strive to be a better person. It is good to admit mistakes, learn from them, and change.

 

 

Photography: Work hard to learn the various settings and know your own camera. know how to work with many different camera’s as well.

Life: It is good to be a hard worker, be open to learn new things, and master your skills in your career.

 

 

Photography: Don't take no for an answer when someone tells you can’t take a photo when it is legal.

Life: Be persistent and have perseverance.

 

 

 Photography: Push the boundaries and create innovative forms of art.  If there is a wall in the way of your shot find a way around it.

Life: It is good to be a creative problem solver.

 

 

Photography: If someone says that they don’t like your photo for sale.  Finds someone else who does.

Life: Have confidence in your abilities

 

 

Photography: My brother asked me once, “Why do you think you are a good photographer?” I replied,” Because I can see beauty that no one else can see.”

Life: It is important to see the beauty that no one else can see not just in photography but in life.

 

For example: A man is disabled. He has a terrible impairment. A lot of people might not be able to see past his disability. But if you look past the disability. You may be surprised to see a beautiful person full of character and heart. A man that can teach you how to be happy when you don’t have a lot. How to focus on things you have instead of things you don’t have. How to generally appreciate things more and be a happier person.

 

Because of these principles of photography I have some good pictures and even better experiences.


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