Find a niche

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Great pho­tog­ra­phy of­ten emerges from sin­gle-minded ded­i­ca­tion over a long pe­riod, whether to a lo­ca­tion, a sub­ject, or a piece of kit. By ex­plor­ing a theme over time (six months, a year, a decade, or a life­time) you can push the bound­aries of con­ven­tion and go be­yond what’s been done be­fore. Per­haps you live near a lo­ca­tion that you can re­visit re­peat­edly to find the best an­gle and light. Maybe you’re con­nected to an pro­fes­sion you could doc­u­ment. Per­haps there’s a cer­tain type of flora or fauna on your doorstep you could spend time cap­tur­ing. Ask your­self, is it bet­ter to be av­er­age at many things, or great at one? If you choose the lat­ter, find your niche.

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