How Addicted Are You To Photography?

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We're curious! We would love to know how much time our readers actually spend on photography each week. How many hobbyists? How many pros?

Feel free to count everything from studying new techniques through to shooting and even time spent running a photography business towards the total.

So vote in the poll and let us know in the comments exactly how much time and how seriously you get into photography!

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What We Recommend to Improve Your Photography Fast

It's possible to get some pretty large improvements in your photography skills very fast be learning some fundamentals. Consider this the 80:20 rule of photography where 80% of the improvements will come from 20% of the learnable skills. Those fundamentals include camera craft, composition, understanding light and mastering post-production. Here are the premium guides we recommend.

  1. html cleaner  Easy DSLR –  Friend of Light Stalking, Ken Schultz has developed this course over several years and it still remains the single best source for mastering your camera by identifying the main things that are holding you back.
  2. Word to html  Understanding Composition – As one of the core elements of a good photograph, getting your head around composition is essential. Photzy's guide to the subject is an excellent introduction. Their follow-up on Advanced Composition is also well worth a read.
  3. Word to html  Understanding Light – Also by Photzy, the other essential part of photography is covered in this epic guide and followed up in Understanding Light, Part 2. This is fundamental stuff that every photographer should aim to master.
  4. Word to html  5 Minute Magic Lightroom Workflow – Understanding post production is one of the keys to photographs that you will be proud of. This short course by one of the best in the business will show you how an award-winning photographer does it.

About Author

Rob Wood (Admin)

Rob is the founder of Light Stalking. His love for photography pushed him into building this fantastic place, and you can get to know him better here.

I find that I am addicted to photography because I can’t go anywhere, and I mean ANYWHERE, without thinking “that’d be a great shot! What would be the best way to frame it? Which lens would be best…”
I can’t even have a dinner out without looking at the atmosphere and people and thinking how I would photograph it/them.

I feel that Photography change the way I am thinking, it gives more plus impact than the minus. Really direct me to the new perspective of looking many things around me .

Brainwave Entrainment has worked wonders for me throughout the couple of years that I\’ve been listening to it.
I had remarkable outcomes in a brief time period and I still continue to listen to the entrainment sessions every single day.

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