Shoot Like a Pro: How professionals shoot differently to ensure consistent results Being a professional landscape photographer doesn’t make you a better photographer than an amateur. All it means is you earn your living using your photography, but with that comes an added pressure. Unlike when an amateur goes out with their camera, as a professional you must capture good photos every trip. If you don’t you won’t be able to cover your costs, pay the bills and would have a very short career.
If you think this is down to luck, think again. Luck does play a part, but it’s mainly down to following a different approach. An approach you can adopt as well to improve your photography.
Written with the beginner and intermediate landscape photographer in mind, this book is packed with years of hard-won experience from out in the field. Some of this even appears so obvious when you first hear it that you wonder why you never realised. Unfortunately, good photographers don’t often share this vital information even though it’s the key to improved results.