How to Get Better at Photography

Improving your photography is easier than you might think. If you want to learn how to improve as a photographer than watch this video. My hope is to spark some motivation into your mind so you can start the journey of improving your photography. This video will help you get better at photography, that’s a promise.

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How can we improve as photographers? How can we get better as photographers? Well, you could watch endless videos and you can go to workshops and you can take online courses. I mean, I have my own online courses that I sell. There’s so many ways that you could do it like reading articles and following along in this video, I want to talk about the absolute number one best way to get better as a photographer and here’s a hint. It’s not going to school for it. Hey, this is Scott Wyden Kivowitz, a storyteller with a camera talking about all the things photographers like you and I are thinking about in this video. I’m going to answer that burning question that’s in the back of your mind. Maybe it’s in the back of your mind. Well, if you’re watching this, it’s probably in the back of your mind. What is the absolute number one, without a doubt, best way to get better as a photographer.

So this video is going to be short because the answer is super, super simple. Always have your camera with you and always be making photographs. That’s right. The best way to get better as a photographer is to practice. Now this goes for anything in life. I am a karate student and the only way that I’m going to get better at karate is to keep practicing karate. Before I got into photography, I was a music student. That was what I wanted to pursue for a living, so all I did was practice music. I practiced on my own for myself. I practice for a school and I practiced for the bands that I was in. So this goes for anything in life, whatever you want to do, practice, practice, practice, and a quick thank you to Mac worldwide warranty for partnering with me on this video. I get a Mac worldwide warranty on all of my equipment, including this one and the one I’m filming on.

Next time you buy any photography equipment, check out the Macworld. Why warranty sold a camera stores and retailers around the world. I’m not saying to always have your giant DSLR with you. I’m only holding this because I’m filming with the camera that I do have with me at all times, and that’s the Nikon Z six I would actually recommend to always have a compact, mirrorless, or SLR, something that you can still configure and control of your settings. And that way you always have something that you, that you have creativity over and control over with you at all times. Something that doesn’t, isn’t a nuisance, something that isn’t too heavy and too bulky. Have that with you, but always be practicing, always be making photographs because that is how you will get better as a photographer. Thanks for watching. See in the next video.

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