The Secret To Being A Great Photographer

I’ve been very lucky to work with some of the very best photographers living today. There is one thing I’ve noticed they all have in common.


  1. says

    Thanks, Ted. There’s no substitute for hard work. It’s not that I don’t want to participate in the assignments, it is that I engaged in a self imposed project of photographing Fort Point at the base of the Golden Gate Bridge with a view camera. So, I’ve kind of did the assignment and am now trying to print the negatives that I have created. It is a great learning experience for me. What you’re doing is a great way of getting others to just go out and photograph.

  2. Alasdair McLeod says

    Thanks Ted
    You haven’t heard from me on this yet but I’m doing the assignment, journal and all. I’m already getting a lot out of it – including failing! When you set up the social media thing I’ll post some shots.

  3. Craig says

    Ted, i always thought the same way you did, in that the longer i spent doing something the better it would be. Now I’m older, like you, I still have to check myself.

    Thanks for the re-assurance