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Im kind of stuck in my progress in Photography, need advice.!!

Discussion in 'Photography Forum' started by seedhe, Feb 28, 2019.

  1. seedhe

    seedhe New Member

    First things first, i've owned a personal camera and been taking photos for at least 5-6 years now. First i started with a Nikon J1 mirrorless camera, then i got myself a D7000 and now i own a D750 (i've decided to kinda go all out to not justify my lack of skill with camera tech not being enough.) I've been doing this as a hobby from time to time, got paid a couple of times, but i've never considered myself a pro or something even close. However i do enjoy photography very much. This is i've been mostly doing car photography and as amusing as it is to me, there's just not much interesting cars/places to take pictures of in my country (Georgia is pretty small). Recently i've had this problem that i just don't go out or take pictures that much or at all even, i'm stuck. I have the interest to take more pictures, but im just not motivated enough, i don't have any idea what to photograph. Gear that i currently own: Nikon D750, Nikkor 24mm f1.8 lens and i can lend a 85mm 1.8 from my sister. I also have a tripod, an octagon umbrella softtbox and cheap flash that works from time to time with trigger. My question is, what should i do ? What kind of photos do i take ? How to progress forward? OR maybe i should just drop it all and sell my stuff ? Please, any help would be nice.Youjizz Pornhub Tubegalore
    Last edited: Feb 28, 2019
  2. Go to your local camera shop and or college and see what courses are on offer, try new areas. You will meet other photographers and instructor from all walks of life.

    You will get idea from just talking to them and going on assigments for the course you have selected.

    Enjoy is not a quick answer and it took me 20 plus years to find my niche and thats still eveolving even now.
  3. WilsonBaard

    WilsonBaard New Member

    If you don't have a good location for photography
    You have to create this location with your creativity.
    So don't be disappointed at all. Read more here!
  4. likeshigh

    likeshigh Member

    You can get also information about it by a professional photographer or online. This field has all the options and courses that you have to choose according to yourself.
  5. Si Miller

    Si Miller New Member

    You’ve got to photograph your passions. Try photographing other hobbies, sports or interests. Family or friends. Create a mini project that you can really focus on.
  6. jimconner20

    jimconner20 New Member

    Because of the situation that the world is in right now, Ive also felt stuck with my photography. Luckily, Ive been spending a lot of time on the internet doing research and talking to professional photographers. I'm hoping that once I can travel again, Ill be able to use all the information Ive collected.
  7. GinnyMartins

    GinnyMartins New Member

    Oh, this is an old thread, but I still wanted to leave my comments. I am also a person who is very passionate about photography and especially portrait photography. This will be very difficult for me because of the high and smooth export requirements. I'm pretty bad at photoshopping photos and since the day I know professional photo editing apps that can be easily learned, this has put less pressure on me. It occurred to me that you should also try learning photo editing in the first place. There will be many applications for learners of editing and photography. I can name some names like Adobe Lightroom Apk, Xingtu Apk,... you can refer or read more here.

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