The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Photographers

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Photographers

Are you struggling with your photography? Not getting the accolades and the success that you think you deserve? Then maybe this is for you.

There are many books and websites that tell you everything about how to create great images. What I think is not so easy to find is information about how to nail the shot every time, consistently and reliably. What is even more lacking is advice about getting seen and recognized that is not overly general.

I love looking at what the popular artists are doing and trying to analyze why they are successful. Over the years, I have begun to see some recurring patterns, things that effective photographers invariably do. The accent here is on effectiveness, which I define as the ability to create great work and to have it appreciated by as many people as possible.

I have created a  list, comprising the seven practices I have seen successful artists apply regularly and I wanted to share it with you.

If you sign up, I will give you: a FREE series of seven weekly lessons, delivered right into your inbox, with the rationale behind each practice, some real world examples of photographers who follow it, and a set of exercises for you to do in order to become familiar with it.

We will call this The 7 Habits Photography Bootcamp and it will be available exclusively to those who sign up for it. Did I mention that this is completely FREE? And if you don’t like what you’re getting, you can unsubscribe at any time.

Ready to start? Then sign up at and the first email will hit your inbox soon!

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