Photography

21 Pictures Prove It’s Not Easy To Take Perfect Photography

November 26, 2015

While many people dream of being photographers and refer to professional photography as ‘the best job ever’, most of the time perfect photography comes with a great burden that not everyone is aware about. Ditching away all the glamour, fun and excitement that is present in the common mindset when describing a photographer, being a photographer at first means spending a lot of time on your own.

Sure, photography is great when taking shots in the nature, but being on your own is kind of creepy and apart from the excitement in the wild, there are always those long nights in which again you are with yourself and your laptop screen – observing, editing, improving and crediting all the photos you took.

While many people dream of being photographers and refer to professional photography as ‘the best job ever’, most of the time perfect photography comes with a great burden that not everyone is aware about. Ditching away all the glamour, fun and excitement that is present in the common mindset when describing a photographer, being a photographer at first means spending a lot of time on your own.
Sure, photography is great when taking shots in the nature, but being on your own is kind of creepy and apart from the excitement in the wild, there are always those long nights in which again you are with yourself and your laptop screen – observing, editing, improving and crediting all the photos you took.

Photography is not any different than a regular job. And it is not at all glamorous, shiny and easy as many people tend to think. Instead, the real truth about perfect photography is that it takes a LOT of effort to learn how to blend into the environment and take the best shots possible – whether it’s the red carpet, a crowded auto show exhibit or the wild and scary nature.
So, the next time you look at a glorious nature scene, a celebrity on a big event, your favorite athlete or any other random image – you should really notice the effort behind all the crowd, boredom and the eye-to-lens expectation for that particular moment to happen and be captured – as well as many other aspects of perfect photography.

Another common myth when talking about photography are the praises that a DSLR camera receives in favor of the photographer. ‘Wow, you really got a nice camera being a photographer!’ is one of the ways to wind up a photographer. In reality, despite the fact that the camera should always be professional and hi-tec, the moment of capturing, the angle, lighting and a dozen other factors really add up to the aspect of ‘perfect photography’ taking place.

To make the story more visual, fun and entertaining – and to bring you a better understanding of how many minutes, hours, days and months it takes for a photography to be classified as perfect – we list out some of the most impressive photos below!

photographer extreme

Let me take a selfie

For the sake of art everything is possible

funny photographers

clinton cat

Like A Sniper

Real OR Fake

Iglooing Yourself For The Best Of It

That One Macro Shot

No Wonder Why He Looks Silly

Fighting With The Tide

Every Angle Must Be Captured

Water Proof

The Perfect Angle Dilemma

Over Smart Photographer

intage Skyline Photographer

Photographers Who Would Do Anything To Achieve

swan man

extreme photographer

 

national geographic funny

national geographic photographers are metal

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