What do you do when your photographic endeavors go from exciting and passionate to stale and stagnant? If you’re anything like photographer Sean Tucker, you pack up your gear, hop in your car and take some time to simply find yourself in a new, challenging photography environment.
To share this journey with the world, Tucker took along a video camera to record his road trip deep into Wales, the location of choice for his decision to get out of his comfort zone.
Throughout the sixteen-minute video, Tucker shares how taking risks and partaking in self-imposed challenges will help keep you on your toes, both metaphorically and literally, in your photography work. Alongside the inspirational narrative, he also talks about a few tips he’s learned along the way about shooting landscapes photographers.
It’s a great video and a wonderful reminder that if you’re not pushing yourself and not failing as a photographer (or as a human for that matter), you probably aren’t improving. Failure gives way to success.
You can find Tucker’s work on his website, and follow him on Twitter and Instagram.
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