Life Lessons Learned In Photography Lesson 2: Just Do It

by admin February 27, 2017 at 11:17 pm

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  1. Thanks a lot Josh for sharing all your videos with us!!!
    Btw your pictures are the best ! I like to watch some other guys videos also but yours are smart and funny and most important your photos are the best!!!!!

  2. I think this is maybe the most important lesson in photography. To add my own interpretation to the lesson:
    Looking back, I have never regretted an attempt at going out to take pictures. Those spontaneous days quite often result in unexpected surprises you could have never planned for. The world is too full of random and unknown cool stuff to be a disappointment. My portfolio is full of moments that happened because I said "Alright, let's get out there!"

  3. Hi! Great video! Thanx! Would it be possible to put a link behind/under the other lessons so we could find them more easily? 🙂 I know this is just the 2nd lesson but I think it might come in handy.

  4. I do the same sometimes, argue with myself for over 20minutes and then I feel really stupid because during that time I could already have driven to a location… So I've tried to stop doing that and just make a call right away whether or not I'm gonna go out. Outsmarting the clouds is basically impossible, so if there is even a slightest chance of good conditions it's best to just go out tbh 😀

  5. This just happened to me this morning! It was cloudy at 3am so I decided not to go out to shoot the milky way. But at 4:30 the sky end up turning very clear and i missed the opportunity to shoot the milky way that i've been waiting all week! If only I saw this video before going out i would have gotten that shot hahah

  6. Wise words. Its strange how we so often and easily talk ourselves out of doing something we love to do. Some of the best times I've had with a camera is when I've just gone and done it, despite the nagging negative voice trying to put me off.

  7. This video is spot on, especially in the winter when I talk myself out of almost everything. And sometimes, not often but sometimes when I actually talk myself into it, I either get a decent shot or at least a decent experience.

  8. You're the type of guy i want to have next to me when i'm having a bad day! Also, you should do a video on how to make night timelapses (stars), i'm having trouble shooting timelapses with my Nikon d5300

  9. this happened to me the other day and like you, I came home with the best shot I've taken since starting photography. Your videos have helped me grow and become a better photographer over the past year and a half. just wanted to say thank you. I took your advice about investing in experiences and am going on a cross country trip this September for a shooting spree (pun intended)

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