brown and white track field
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I love this subject. This idea from another famous photographer I read about. Her training to be a good photographer goes back to the same training ideas as a person involved in sports. Therefore photography is like any sport.

Instead of training for muscle memory, photographers train their eyes and brains on “how to see”

– Gigi Chung
photo of body of water
Photo by Quang Nguyen Vinh on


As you grow, the things you want to do is learn to pick up a hobby you like. If photography seems like just a hobby, then perfect it. Also, take the time to learn about the people who are involved in dancing, painting and travel. Get to know some of these people who are involved in their “artistic” talents. By doing this you will learn how to think differently. It’s amazing these people are always thinking and learning their trade, their hobby, or their art career. In photography, you have to be that way too….. always thinking about what you can do to master your art etc.


woman wearing black sports bra and jogger shorts smiling
Photo by nappy on

As one who wants to be the best in sports, here is a list of what you must do:

  • In sports getting up early in the morning can get you ahead of training and get your body ready for what you need. With photography, if you get up early in the morning, you will capture the most incredible photos that most photographers will miss.
  • As a sports person, you have to work extra hard, do more laps, lift more weights, etc. A photographer, you have to take more photos than anyone else. Practicing what you do is what will make you better.
  • Never doubt yourself as a sports enthusiast, or a professional. You have to believe you can be the best. The same in photography, always believe you can be better than anyone else.
  • Love what you are going through. In sports, if you don’t love the progress and the change you won’t make it. As a photographer you have to love taking pictures, and love the progress of your photos. Notice them getting better.
  • In sports, you are training your muscles to do what you need to do. As a photographer, you are training your eyes to learn to see. For more details on this go to:
Photo by Andrew Wise on Unsplash

Note: Did you notice that these photos used in this blog are from a free source agency? If you took enough photos, you could post some of your best photos with these companies, like UNSPLASH, OR PEXELS. And your name would also be noticed. It takes practice to get good enough to have your photos used by these agencies.


Photo by Brady Bellini on Unsplash

The mountains we have all around us are beautiful. God has provided these mountains to give us the extra beauty to the earth. People want to climb them, hike in them do everything they can to enjoy the vast beauty in our mountains. And of course, photographers are always including these beautiful mountains in their photos, and have come up with winning photos. Let’s take a look at these amazing photos for PHOTOS OF THE WEEK:

man in red jacket standing outside of the cave across the three mountains
Photo by S Migaj on
mountain photography
Photo by Chris Czermak on

“What a funny world we live in when we won’t turn our phones off, yet we get excited to see we’ve hiked far enough to lose service.” – We Dream of Travel

back view of a person standing on a vast green grass field
Photo by Taryn Elliott on
bird flying over rocky mountain
Photo by Gianluca Grisenti on
young mongolian male musician playing dombor in valley
Photo by ArtHouse Studio on
aerial photo of castle beside forest
Photo by Felix Mittermeier on
gray and brown mountain
Photo by Pixabay on

In a recent survey, it was asked how many subjects are there in photography? The result of that survey was a list of 51 different subjects. 123photogo is blogging about every single subject on that survey. That list is below:

aerial photo of city
Photo by Felix Mittermeier on
trees near body of water
Photo by Pixabay on
Photo by Lanny Cottrell, Editor of 123PhotoGo
Photo by Alberto Restifo on Unsplash

“Mountains are not stadiums where I satisfy my ambition to achieve, they are the cathedrals where I practice my religion.” – Anatoli Boukreev

Photo by Alberto Restifo on Unsplash
adventure arid arizona barren
Photo by Pixabay on
brown mountains
Photo by Roberto Nickson on
dawn landscape sunset sand
Photo by Erick Todd on
adventure autumn california country
Photo by Pixabay on
person waking on hill
Photo by Krivec Ales on
black and brown mountain
Photo by Pixabay on
snow landscape mountains nature
Photo by Skitterphoto on
dramatic mountain slope with rapid mountain river
Photo by ArtHouse Studio on
red and gray pagoda temple
Photo by Tomáš Malík on
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Photo by Sherry Bell

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