12 Habits Every Photographer Should Have

Photography, like any other creative activity, has the potential to encourage certain tendencies in its practitioners. Some of them can be really useful, while others will almost certainly hinder your progress. There are 12 habits that every photographer should have. This fantastic video covers what they are, why they are valuable, and how to incorporate them into your workflow.


This wonderful video, which comes to us from Saurav Sinha, outlines 12 helpful behaviors that can help you become a better photographer over time. One of the most crucial of the items on the list, in my opinion, is to never stop learning and, as a result, to constantly be expanding, exploring, and experimenting. In particular, after you have gained proficiency and feel secure, it is quite simple to just fall into a specific manner of working and to consistently create the same type of work. That is totally acceptable, particularly if you are running a business and your work generates a substantial amount of revenue. While photography is a creative activity, the beauty of it is that there is always something new to learn, something new to practice, and something new to explore. If you genuinely love photography, you are doing yourself a disservice if you are not continuously pushing yourself to progress. The complete overview from Sinha may be found in the video embedded above.

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