Apricot idea killer
Couldn't agree more. So much of it is also the same as a lot of other aspects of photography - being in the right place at the right time. I've had quite a few random opportunities pop up and I can see how mediocre photographers get their foot in the door. You should have no problem making it if you throw yourself completely into it. Anymore thoughts on this?It's one of those major decisions that will either work out or wind up ruining my life. To make a living — and I don't mean just paying the bills — at photography, you need be a baller businessman and networker. It's like 20% actual photography and 80% who you know. That guy who I just mentioned is super well known for the look he gets and. Ya gotta sorta have a "thing" that sets you apart from others. Because there are MILLIONS of awesome photographers out there. Gotta differentiate somehow and then know the right hookups until you can make a name for yourself.