8 Tips to Jump-start​ You on Your Photography Journey

Photo of a girl in between leaves on a hot day.

Here’s a common story: one day you become enthusiastic about photography, and find yourself jumping at every opportunity to take photos and to improve your work. You keep this up for a while, but slowly the enthusiasm you once had starts to fade. You start feeling like you’ve stagnated in your growth, and that you’re just doing the same old thing, over and over again.

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Create Something Beautiful 🏜 I’m a professional Idaho photographer, specializing in Landscape Photography and writing from experience. Writing for Dorothea 💫

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Create Something Beautiful 🏜 I’m a professional Idaho photographer, specializing in Landscape Photography and writing from experience. Writing for Dorothea 💫

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