You probably already knew the answer to that question: there are a million and one ways to learn photography. Everyone has their own learning style, so there is no ‘one size fits all’ formula to plug yourself into and come out a great photographer. Maybe you’re the type who learns best by teaching yourself. Maybe blast through your learning curve when you have formal instruction. Maybe you need some combination of the two – some people do best combining internet learning and peer review together with taking a few workshops here and there.
So let’s hear it from you:
- what are some your favorite ways to learn?
- What are some of things about your camera that you haven’t quite mastered yet?
- Where’s your edge and what’s the next level for you?
If there are enough folks wanting to learn a particular technique or style, we would be more than happy to give a workshop on it. But whatever way you choose to learn there’s one thing that stands true: you’ve got to practice, practice, practice. Get out there and shoot.
“Your first 10 000 photographs are your worst.” – Henri Cartier-Bresson