Tip #22: Set a Goal for Each Photo Day
As busy as I may get I do something for my photography every day. Some days this means an all day outing to find elk bugling during the rut. Other days it may mean staying at home in my pj's and editing all day. Other days I may only be able to devote one hour to watching a video or reading an article. But every day I do something to improve or expand my photography.
One way to ensure you succeed in a daily task for photography is to write it down. Make a list of what you want to accomplish in photography or write a daily goal on your calendar. Writing it down makes it more tangible and therefore more likely you will accomplish it. Plus it feels good when you can mark the task complete because you know you just became a little better at taking pictures.
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