Finding A Niche - Dreamstime
Finding a niche is definitely important, preferably one that isn't over crowded already. At the same time, photographing what you love, is very important.
So I find myself mixed between what I love and finding a "not so crowded" niche. I guess Im still looking for the right niche for me, but I do know that I love nature. So I've now happily added 14 images all nature related, but all different and unique.
I love nature! So I experiment with a variety of nature shoots:
I am also really into gardening myself so recently I uploaded my first clay pot garden photos and they were accepted which was really exciting!
Of course I try to add some unique images (at least I think hey are lol)
So now the questions are, am I in the right niche? Is this way to broad of a niche? Is my niche, nature in general? How does one go about defining what they capture? And lastly, am I too predictable?
From my research I find that having a variety of themes is a good thing, but I've also gotten lots of advice to stick to one thing.
Being so green behind the ears, I guess I will expand my skills and try to go beyond the nature. If anyone has any answers to my many self asked questions, please share and THANK YOU IN ADVANCE. Also critics of my photos are welcome!
Photo credits: , Teeimagination.
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