What’s your definition of “success” as a photographer?

Updated 11 hours ago in Photography
7 on July 6, 2018

For myself, success is making a photograph that impresses yourself!

What’s your definition of success in photography?

 
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2 on July 8, 2018

For me, the greatest success would be to make an image that is used in editorial or marketing, like on a billboard, magazine ad campaign, album/book cover, etc.. Not so much for the personal fame just because it may be archived and remembered by people all over the world. 

 

on July 11, 2018

That’s a great goal — is it something you’re working towards howwls?

 

on July 20, 2018

Thanks Eric! Well somewhat, I sell stock images on several different apps and online right now. Hopefully one day I will become the best photographer I can be and produce images that meet my goals. 

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1 on July 14, 2018

To make that one image, that one oh so special image that makes me say: “Holy Crap! Now that’s an image; didn’t know I had it in me!”

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on May 1, 2019

To make an image that evokes an emotional response from the viewer.

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0 on May 1, 2019

To make an image that evokes an emotional response from the viewer.

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0 11 hours ago

To me success in photography is the ability to carry your camera anywhere you go and constantly thinking about photography and making pictures that they will live forever. Yes I find it exhausting but it keeps me going and making better pictures by practising frequently.

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