One of my students asked the other day what is the art on my photography. We were discussing getting past the barrier of finding herself as a photographer and discovering what her niche might be.
Finding herself (and yourself for those reading) as a photographer means finding what interests you, what is it that you want to tell as a human being, as an observer and finding what tickles your curiosity. Finding your hungry eye.
The art in my photography is to get paid. Getting paid is a real art because making pictures is not easy, making good pictures of food and people is even less easy. If it was, it wouldn’t be a profession, right?
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