Becoming a Professional Photographer

I started out as a professional photographer 4 years ago.

Those of you just starting out in Photography. I wanted you to see how much 4 years can make a difference. I took these sweet little girl triplets in 2008 on the left and the right was just 2 weeks ago.  Keep your head up, push harder and harder till you are at your very best you can be! Don’t judge yourself against others, appreciate your achievements. Be proud of all your hard work, it does pay

off. Educating yourself is the best thing you can do and practice. You need to study all the time as well. There are lots of things involved in photography to be an Pro it’s more than just taking pictures with a camera. I went to college and took art classes for 4 years. I am constantly learning and educating myself.

 

  • M Jonason - December 28, 2012 - 5:32 pm

    This is so inspiring! I’ve been looking over your photos… WOW! I like what you said about comparing oneself to others. It’s so true! I’m not the best I can be, so I enjoy looking at other photographer’s work. Yes, sometimes I get discouraged by how much better they are, but I truly appreciate you posting those two photos to demonstrate that having a DSLR doesn’t automatically turn you into a photographer. Learning and growing (and a certain amount of talent) are some of the makings of a professional. Thank you!

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