An entertaining and thought provoking article from Paul Burwell for Digital Photography School. Paul is a professional photographer, writer, educator and enthusiastic naturalist with over twenty years experience working with and educating adults. In addition to being the owner of the Burwell School of Photography, he is a contributing editor and regular columnist with Outdoor Photography Canada Magazine. Paul has been a finalist in the Veolia 'Wildlife Photographer of the Year' worldwide competition in 2009, 2010 and 2013 and was named a 'Top Wildlife Shooter' by Popular Photography Magazine in 2010.
Through the various classes and workshops I teach, I inevitably run into a number of students with professional photography aspirations. More than a few of them however, seem doggedly determined to do everything they can to make their dream of professional photography impossible.
I’m nothing, if not a helper. So if you really want to sabotage your pro photography aspirations, here, presented in traditional count-down order, are 10 ways to make sure you’ll never turn your dream into a profession.
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