A lot of people ask me what I shoot and why I shoot it. I tell them I shoot what I love and I love what I shoot. It’s that simple for me. But, I know it’s not that simple for everyone. So, I wanted to write a blog post about passion in photography and how important it is to find what you’re passionate about and shoot it.

I think one of the most important things in photography is to find what you’re passionate about and shoot it. It doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks, if you’re not passionate about it, it’s not going to be worth your time. There are a lot of different genres of photography, and you need to find the one that speaks to you. For me, that’s landscape and nature photography. I love being outdoors and I love capturing the beauty of the world around me.

But, it’s not just about finding a genre that you like, it’s about finding a subject within that genre that you’re passionate about. For me, it’s not just landscapes, it’s mountain landscapes. I love the challenge of shooting in difficult conditions and I love the feeling of being in the mountains. It’s a place where I feel most alive and it’s where I can really express my passion for photography.

So, if you’re wondering how to find your passion in photography, my best advice is to just start shooting what you love. Shoot what makes you happy and don’t worry about what anyone else thinks. Once you find something that you’re really passionate about, you’ll start to see your photography improve and you’ll be able to better express your creative vision.

How to Start Learning Photography?

There is no one “right” way to learn photography. But there are some basic things that you need to know before you can start taking great photos.

1. Understand the Exposure Triangle

The exposure triangle is the relationship between aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. Aperture controls the amount of light that enters the camera, shutter speed controls how long the sensor is exposed to light, and ISO controls the sensor’s sensitivity to light.

2. Get to Know Your Camera

Before you start taking pictures, you need to understand how your camera works. Read the manual and learn about all the features and functions of your camera. Try out all the different settings and modes so that you know what they do and how they affect your photos.

3. Learn the Basics of Composition

The way you composition your photo is just as important as the exposure triangle in creating a great photo. There are a few basic rules of composition, such as the rule of thirds and leading lines, that will help you take better photos. But don’t be afraid to break the rules once you understand them!

4. Practice, Practice, Practice!

The best way to learn photography is to get out there and start taking pictures! Experiment with different techniques and styles and see what works best for you. And don’t forget to have fun!