Hey there! I hope you’re having a good weekend. Over the past week or so, I’ve been toying with a handful of ideas that I believe will help increase our contribution to your growth as a photographer.
There are so many wonderful blogs and websites dedicated to helping your grow. Most are specific, and sometimes generic. I consider myself a self-taught photographer, and this is mostly due to these great websites. So the challenge for me is to try and be different.
Our primary focus here at PhotoChallenge.org is to be the number one place for challenging yourself to take your photography to the next level. No matter what level photographer you are today, our hope is that tomorrow you’ve grown just a bit more. That’s why we do all these challenges. We’re less interested in a winner, or even the best shot. We’re more interested in you pushing yourself to grow creatively and technically as a photographer.
Increasingly today we’re finding that many really top notch photographers were not traditionally trained. Many of the most exciting names in photography learned the way most of you and I have learned, online and with a few books.
So I set out to chat with a few of those photographers. I wanted to get a peek at what makes them tick and what sets them apart. Sometimes it takes a close study of someone, to see their special traits. So, let me introduce you to a handful of photographers, with the hopes that you’ll take a closer look and see what they have to say that resonates with you.
Over the next few weeks, Jeremy and I will be interviewing and posting articles about some really great photographers. Keep coming back for more, and we’ll do our best to introduce you to some new names and faces.
For the active outdoor enthusiast that wants to keep their camera/binoculars at the ready and always secure. Go out and discover!