We can always do more to improve our photography, and it certainly helps to hear how an established professional thinks we can best accomplish that. This excellent video features a photographer discussing eight tips that will help you improve your photography.
Coming to you from Michael Sasser, this great video features him discussing eight tips to improve your photography. Though Sasser generally gears his education toward boudoir work, his tips certainly apply to most any genre. Of them, the most salient for me has always been simply to shoot more often. Photography is a skill, and like any other skill, it withers and fades if you do not put it to use consistently. In particular, since taking a successful photograph takes the confluence of multiple threads of technical and creative aptitude, it is important to give yourself at least semi-regular practice. Even if you do not have clients at the moment, be sure to take your camera out for even just 15 minutes a day and practice on whatever is available or convenient. It only takes a bit of consistent practice on a regular basis to keep your skills sharp. Check out the video above for more helpful tips from Sasser.