It has been a year since I started venturing into wedding photography. Pressure has been all over, mostly from myself really. I guess becoming a professional photographer really entails a lot of technical discipline. And I've been happy with the progress that I've been making.
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However, I keep forgetting to shoot for myself. There are times when I come home and tell myself that I should have done this, or done that. I guess my learning here is that I shouldn't let my creative self die just because this is my job now.
I have to stay deviant for the sake of art
- Mood: Daily Needs
- Listening to: Save Rock and Roll Fall Out Boy
- Drinking: Water
Looks like very nice work. You really have worked hard to get where you are. It does take a lot of discipline. The more you do it, the more you will know what you want and have the confidence to call the shots. When you know what you want, do it, even if no one else understands. You have the eye. They don't. Take the authority of the professional for your shots. You can still do what they request, but I would recommend you also do what you know will work or look good for that couple/ family. In the long run that is what will set you apart from the rest.