I always admire my shoot. Even, in the end of the day, i throw it. I would not always to think what people thinking about my shoot. Yes, we need a feedback so we can move foward. BUT sometimes it will kill your mood on photography.
Here, they asked me why i took this shot.
I said, “sometimes, you just feel it, not seeing it”.
For me, the hardest part in photography is when people start to admire my job, and followed by with these questions,
“Do you get money from these (photos)?” or, if i want to put these (photos) in my brochure, how much?, and “These are superb photos, please name your price.”
You love photography so much you’d do it for free, but you want to make money, and ugh, you’re torn. You know who you are, even though you “need” to, because you kind of hate that money has to be a part of this at all. You feel guilty about changing prices, yet also guilty about ‘not’ changing them.–psychology for photographers