New Year Resolutions in Photography

It’s at this time of the season that people make New Year Resolutions. Some decide it’s time to go on a diet. Others may decide the time is ideal for a new job. But, what about making New Year Resolutions in Photography? Here are a few that haunt us from year-to-year. If you have some worthy ones we’d like to know about them. Post you comments or offer your goals in the Pro Photo Home Forum and let others know that they’re not alone in this struggle…

Sample New Year Resolutions:

1. Be thankful for the camera equipment I’ve got.
2. Promise to use my digital camera at least once a week.
3. Pay more attention to what I see in the viewfinder composing so that there’s not software cropping later.
4. Go for natural light and be resistant to use an electronic flash.
5. Learn more Lightroom and Photoshop techniques.
6. Buy a bigger hard drive and memory card.
7. Use the HD Video feature.
8. Get the image right in one single shot rather than having to rely on burst mode where you hope for the best.
9. Avoid clothing attire that screams photography.
10. Quit dreaming about being a photographer and just become one!

1. Be thankful for the camera equipment I’ve got.
2. Promise to use my digital camera at least once a week.
3. Pay more attention to what I see in the viewfinder composing so that there’s not software cropping later.
4. Go for natural light and be resistant to harsh electronic flash.
5. Learn more Lightroom and Photoshop techniques.
6. Buy a bigger hard drive and memory card and back up data regularly.
7. Use the HD Video feature.
8. Get the image right in one single shot rather than having to rely on burst mode where you hope for the best.
9. Avoid clothing attire that screams photography.
10. Quit dreaming about being a photographer and just become one!

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  2. Ranger 9 says:

    Pay less attention to “making good pictures” and more attention to creating the conditions under which good pictures become possible.