Being an introvert in photography

Being an introvert meant that I haven’t had it easy. I am the one that you will find in the corner of the room at parties. I am the one you will need never raising my hand to answer question. I am the one that will never sit in the front of classes.

However, I am the one that you will find staring out of the window in classes. I am the one that is always in my head. I am the one that getting while watching a movie or reading a book. I am the one, you will find reading several books at the same. I am the one that works on several images at the same.

Being a photographer and being and an introvert does not always go hand in hand. In my lifetime, I only have six people in my life that I truly think are my friends. On one hand I am truly blessed to have these crazy individuals in my life to put things in perspective for me when it’s needed.

On the other hand, I would be wonderful to have another creative in my life to bounce ideas off, someone to talk through difficulties.

On the bright side though, being an introvert means that I am self motivated and I thrive and I am more productive when I am alone. I love travelling alone and I thrive the most when I am left to my own devise. I am  more able to think and process things a lot better when I am alone. You can easily call me a loner but I am not.

What I am is always in head, always thinking about I will do next which means that I am always learning something new.

6 thoughts on “Being an introvert in photography

  1. You may feel introvert but your photography benefits immensely. It’s very expressive and original, it shows an awareness of your surroundings that few living in big cities has.

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