You know those annoying kids that will ask WHY after everything you say? It’s miserable when they do that isn’t it?
Well, maybe photographers should be more like them.
Asking WHY can really help improve your own photography.
I know it sounds crazy and strange. But when you give yourself up to curiosity, and release the fear of asking questions, you actually learn more!
When I’m teaching, I intentionally ask questions or make comments to students to see if they’re willing to ask WHY.
I do that so I can find out if they’re serious about photography or not.
If they’re serious, I’ll be serious in teaching them.
If they’re not serious, I’ll know that they just want good photos.
So, there are different reasons for asking WHY. And in this episode, we will explore them!
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