Most people have multiple passions. Take your secondary passion, and merge it with your photography.

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I like business and growing things, and I love photography, so the job I had with MAC-On-Campus was the perfect job for me. It goes back to the old adage, If you do something you love, you’ll never work a day in your life. Once you know that photography is what you love, if there’s something else you can tie that into, you’ll have the same situation. When other people sense that passion, they’ll want to hire you to do the things you want to do and photograph the types of things you want to photograph.

via Interview: Photo School Guy Bill Gratton | Educational articles and book excerpts on photography topics.

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  1. “If” there’s something else? The something else is the main ingredient and better be there. By now, most cameras can take a technically good photograph, so that part’s all taken care of by technology. All that’s left is what to photograph and how to compose it. And passion drives those decisions, or not. Most of what makes a snapshot a snapshot is merely a lack of passion or any other meaningful reason for pressing the shutter. Passion, empathy, point of view…those are what matter most now. Working on things like empathy instead of tweaking your lighting is the way forward.

  2. Yes there is something I tied to my photography business, I love cooking and food which is part of my lifestyle, then food photography is the outcome.
    Nice Quote.