I think we can all agree that there are plenty of ways that our photographs can go wrong.
An error in composition here, the wrong camera setting there, and an otherwise good photo might be beyond saving.
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And while there are lots of things that can go wrong, perhaps the biggest error you can make as a photographer is ignoring your drive to change things up.
That is, it's easy to get shoehorned into doing one kind of photography or using one specific workflow. Eventually, you might feel as though you're stuck.
As Evan Ranft explains in the video above, ignoring that desire to switch things up is a huge no-no.
Becoming proficient as a photographer (or any other type of creator, for that matter) takes a lot of time, so it makes sense that after years of perfecting your skills as a portrait photographer or a landscape photographer that you might feel the need to stretch your creative legs a little bit.
I think Evan makes a fantastic point that those desires to try something new cannot be ignored.
What better way to rekindle your creativity than experimenting with other types of photography?
After all, the way you approach a portrait shoot might be completely different than the way you approach a landscape shoot or a street photography session.
The point is that getting out of that comfort zone and challenging yourself to learn and grow even more is where you'll often find what led you to fall in love with photography in the first place.
That passion, that drive, is easy to lose as the years go by. So, if you find yourself feeling a little stuck, take Evan's advice and don't ignore that desire to try something new!