When I first started in photography, I’ll be honest…I felt unstoppable
. I knew I had a "creative eye" for it and I was so confident that I went out and bought a brand-new digital camera. I was so excited that I brought it everywhere with me (and probably annoyed lots of people)
But soon that camera represented a source of personal failure and frustration.
No matter what I did, I was simply not getting the results I expected to be getting --- and my confidence was so low that I nearly quit.
I shot in auto-mode then … mostly because I didn’t understand the technical language or complicated instruction on basic camera settings or for shooting on manual. Basically, on every shoot I was crossing my fingers and praying for a few good ones.
I felt utterly STUCK and didn’t know where to even start to fix the problem because I made the mistake of trying to learn on my own.
I'm here to tell you .... That day is over!