What does it take to create Amazing Portraits?
Are you blown away by the work of other photographers? Wish you could create images that Stand Out and Get Noticed like those of your favorite photographers?
In this video episode, I’m going to share with you how I plan to help you take your images to the Next Level.
As you’re quite aware of, competition in photography is stiff and there has never been a time in history when so many great voices could be heard or seen, but that doesn’t mean there’s not enough room for you.
Please, let me explain.
There’s Room at the Top
Have you ever heard the saying, “Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder?”
This is true not only in people (you know what I’m talking about) but also in the art we create.
You see, creativity and art are super subjective, which means there is no “best” at anything. What you consider to be a great portrait and what I consider to be a great portrait is likely completely different.
That’s why we have country music, polka music, opera, hair metal, heavy metal, death metal, grunge, rap, gansta rap, r&b, soul…
You get the point.
We all have different likes and dislikes, taste in music, and preferences in art, which simply means, someone will love your creative portrait work as well.
So, if there are so many different kinds of music, that must mean there are many different tops to obtain.
Now, using music as our reference again, you know there are many artists within each musical category who have happily achieved “top” status, which once again, proves my point.
There is plenty of room at the top for you, me, and everyone else.
The question is, are you willing to work hard for it?
That’s a Wrap
Taking your Creative Portraits and photography to the Next Level and potentially obtaining “TOP” status doesn’t come easy and requires a shit ton of work.
That’s why only a few ever make it to the top.
Now, you need to be honest with yourself and answer the question, “are you willing to do whatever it takes to make it to the top?”
The comments below would be a great place to answer that question.