Tips for Self-Assigned Photo Learning Projects – Free Quick Guide

Improving your photography can come in many forms.

However, there is one element that is an absolute necessity, and that is to practice!

I don’t who it was, but somebody said, “Practice makes perfect.” That pretty much sums it up!

Here is a CRITICAL component to that ‘practice’ wisdom.

You should always be practicing new ideas or techniques. You should be expanding, and moving in directions that perhaps are not within your comfort zone.

Our FREE Quick Guide this week discusses “Self-assigned learning projects”.

It was written by Robin Nichols, who, in fact, teaches photography at a university level in Australia.

Robin has some excellent tips for you on creating a self-assigned project, completing that project, and finally evaluating how it went for you and what you learned.

Photo Credit: Robin Nichols

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