A Guest Post by Sergey Sus/
1. Take an Overnight Photography TripOvernight trips with other photographers make for a great time to talk and explore photography techniques.
2. Write a How to Photography TutorialWriting a tutorial is the best test of how well you understand a topic. To start, pick something you feel you know really well.
3. Take Photowalk With a GroupTaking a walk with a camera is a great advice, yet taking a walk with other photographers is better advice.
4. Create or Update Your Portfolio WebsiteA website is still the best way to display and curate your work. If you don’t have a site or portfolio – make one as cultivating your work in a single place keeps it organized.
5. Assign Yourself Photography ProjectsUse a project to fuel creativity and try new concepts. For example take photographs at 1/15 shutter speed or shooting a single color only, letters of alphabet etcÖ
6. Become a Subject of a PhotographerBecoming a subject of another photographer and doing some posing will put you on the other side of the camera. Give it a try even if you are a landscape photographer.
7. Reverse Photography RulesOnce you know the rules – take opportunities to break them! Yes, shoot the opposite of what the rules says to do.
8. Take a Photography WorkshopThere are so many workshops and so many topics – there must be a reason. Workshops are not only for beginners they are for all skill levels. I take them to improve in marketing, writing and photography.
9. Re Edit your Older PhotographsLook through photos taken some time ago. I bet that you will find some forgotten gems. Take some of the older photographs and try processing them again.
Sergey Sus is a Los Angeles based photographer telling telling real stories, individual, professional and family. Problem solver, artist and teacher. His work can be found on http://www.sergeys.us/.
Post originally from: Digital Photography Tips.
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