I'm just getting started in nature photography. I'm searching for tools that'll point me in the right direction, help me zero in on my style, and build a foundation so I can gain some momentum in my craft.
I've been at this for a while now, but I feel like I'm just barely gaining traction. I'm still a little uncertain in the "how to" parts, and feel like I've hit a plateau. I need guidance that'll get me to the next level from shutterbug to visual storyteller.
I'm in it to win it! I'm already working in photography and have even had my work published. Now I'm looking for ways to boost my business, gain income, and make a serious go of visual storytelling as a career.
Ok, last question! Let's fast forward a year. Which describes your ideal scenario?
I'M CREATING! I've made CONSISTENT WINS and have significantly grown my skills behind the camera. I know I'm in this for the long haul, and I've set a great sustainable pace for myself.
I'VE FOUND PROJECTS! I've started several creative projects I'm fired up about. I enjoy switching between them so I'm never bored or burned out. My visual storytelling skills have grown a ton, and I'm excited about unveiling new work!
I'M PUBLISHED! I've cracked the code on getting my work in front of the "gatekeepers" and now I'm in publications. I have several paying assignments with more on the way!
I'M COLLABORATING! I've found a local organization to work with and I'm creating visuals to tell their story. It's thrilling to see the difference my photography is making for them!