7 Mistakes Photographers Make

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  1. i have a lot of those excuses. ive got only film cameras (never found a digital i feel comfortable with). i live in the middle of nowhere. my only internet connection is my phone. my time, finances and mobility are limited.

  2. I remember when I 1st started shooting, canon 50d with a 75-300, was walking in a trail and saw a frog on a log and started shooting it… this older guy was walking by and noticed that I was trying hard to get the shot and he basically started yelling at me to "get in there and get that composition!" "get on the ground if you have to!" "zoom in!" one of the more memorable times in my life lol.

  3. Want to say thank you to you both. I discovered you two a couple of weeks ago when I was looking for a video to help me learn my new camera. I have bought your stunning photography book and between your videos and your book, it has helped show me that I actually half way knew what I was doing and help build my confidence in my craft. The way you explain things have also helped me learn and look at things in a different light. so once again, a huge thank you for your hard work and your passion for the art.

  4. I grew up on 35mm, my first SLR was a Zenit 11 when I was about 13/14. I learned to do everything manually. I still believe in doing ad much 'in camera' as possible. Do you think that this is a wrong attitude?

  5. Just started following your channel. I ordered some gear and def going to pick up your book. Shipping times are long on Amazon, will have to do Kindle edition. You guys are hilarious – keep it up 🙂

  6. That's a load of Bullshit that you need other people to evolve as a photographer, It's typical ignorant statement from extroverted people who can't do anything without being surrounded by people all the time.

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