Overcoming The Obstacles to Mastery
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[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_color=”%23ffffff” bottom_padding=”20px”]In the first video in this series I talked about the 3 big barriers to mastery, to learning photography in such a way that we cut through the noise and learn to control the tools and concepts of this craft instead of them controlling us. In this second video I want to talk a little deeper about this and give you three more ways to overcome these challenges and get more quickly to that place of comfort and competence, to a place where you are more focused and use that focus to make stronger, more creative photographs.
Take a few minutes to watch this second video, then become part of the conversation. In the comments below I’d love to hear about the most significant step you’ve taken as you’ve studied photography? What has made the biggest difference to you? Also, take a moment to read the comments; I’m lucky enough to have an audience of really generous, helpful people and their contributions are always worth learning from.
In the next few days I’ll be posting another video, and I’ll email you as soon as it’s up.
For the Love of the Photograph,