Banjaluka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Joined: December 15, 2013
I'm often asked what kind of photography I dedicate myself to. But I find it difficult to confine myself to a label such as a couples photographer, product photographer, etc. My philosophy is that an artist is always growing and there is no reason
to put limits on the artist's skills. With that in mind, if someone
presents an idea, even if it is out of my "comfort zone," I consider
it. Regardless, I do have my personal favorites. I love landscape, portrait, abstract and light painting photography.
I never went to any workshop or photography school to learn about photography. I am a self-taught photographer. Everything I know, I learned trough a lot of practice and a lot of time spent with my camera outside of my house in nature just taking shots and making a lot of bad and good photos. I think that I made more bad photos than good ones because the truth behind every good shot is that you have to make a lot of bad shots and keep trying, and take a lot of shots before you make one good enough. And after you make the one that is "good enough", then that shot should be your motivation to never stop and to keep pushing yourself to make even better shots.
- So my advice for everyone, whatever you do in your life, no matter how hard it is, even if you are getting worst results one after another just don't give up and after a lot of hard work you will get the one "good enough" result and it will be worth it.