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5 ways to stop being a luck photographer

Do you make great pictures, do you do it regularly, do you have methods of ensuring that your pictures are more than chance captures? This article from Digitial Photo School addresses these issues and gives very useful advice on how to improve your strike rate, to make sure more of your images are winners.

“We’ve all been guilty of taking pictures with our eyes closed. Just go crazy, go on a shooting spree and see what happens. See what happy mistakes you can pawn off as well-thought out, purposefully captured portraits. Here are 6 ways you can identify yourself as a luck photographer:”

Do you think Robert Doisneau or Henri Cartier-Bresson were lucky or did they carefully observe and prepare so that the memorable images they captured looked lucky?

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