I’m a fan of age-old photography wisdom that’s still relevant today.
When I stumbled upon the book “Photography for the Professionals,” written by Robin Perry in 1976, I thumbed through the dusty pages. What I found surprised me, no different than this 1937 gem.
If age-old wisdom stands the test of time today, imagine future value? That’s something a new book won’t buy!
Despite being published over 37 years ago, the abundance of ‘golden nugget’ information relevant to today’s professional photographers inspired me to write this post for The Photo Life. Here are Ten Truisms from the book “Photography for the Professionals” that are applicable to today’s professional photographers.
Ten Truisms, 37 Years Later:
10. The key to success in photography (or anything else for that matter) is education.
As Mark Twain said, “Never let school interfere with your education.” Going into debt for photography school isn’t a sound investment. At all. However, self-improvement