1. Study the masters. How does their work make you feel? Why? How do they use lines? What decisions did they make that resulted in this photograph? What do they do that you do not?
2. Think about photographs as visual design. Stop obsessing about the gear and start finding excitement in finding great moments, new approaches to composition, and great light.
3. Go make photographs, and then study them in the same way you would study the masters – don’t seek compliments, and don’t ask your mom if she likes it. Seek criticism from a source you respect.
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