As we learn photography, confidence can be hard to come by. There is a lot of competition out there, and aren’t we all just a little hard on ourselves when we attempt to create “art”?
Karlo de Leon has put together a wonderful guide on the subject of “Confidence”.
There are real, and measurable, steps that you can take to increase your self-confidence (and competence) as a photographer.
Here are some of the topics covered…
- What self-confidence is and how to define it
- Properly assessing your “competence”, which will in turn affect your confidence
- How to reassure yourself that you’re improving
- The importance of supportive peers
- Discovering your way of learning
- How preparation builds confidence
- Setting and achieving goals
- How to show others that you ARE confident
- Specific tasks to help you gain confidence
I just want you to know that virtually all of us struggle with self-confidence at some level. You’re not alone. I feel strongly that this guide will point you in the right direction.
If you’d like to make your photos stand out and get attention our Understanding Composition eBook is the perfect next step.
This eBook will give you everything you need to know to master the foundations of great photography composition. Go here now to find out more – The Understanding Composition Guide