The Real Reason Why Your Photography Sucks.

Do you feel like you’ve hit a wall and can’t seem to take your photography to the next level?


Many skilled and driven photographers have not achieved success, even though some veteran photographers wrongly suggest that they lack motivation or are lazy.


Well, this is not the problem.


The real reason why it happens is this: This common phenomenon is called the plateau effect, and it happens to even the most talented and experienced photographers.


The plateau effect refers to the phenomenon where the progress or improvement in a particular area begins to slow down or stall despite continued effort or practice.


Does that makes sense? Now, guess what’s the real solution to the real problem? It’s more simple than you thought.


The key to overcoming the plateau effect is by developing systematic patterns in your photography practice.


According to researchers at Duke University, individuals who reported having consistent and structured routines experienced lower levels of stress and higher levels of emotional well-being.


And at the University of Oxford, researchers found that routines can improve cognitive function and help individuals perform better on tasks that require sustained attention and focus.


In other words, having a solid routine can help you break through the plateau and take your photography to the next level. 


We have a free blueprint for documentary photographers, you can get it here.


We’ve interviewed over 1000 photographers from all around the world, including both seasoned professionals and young amateurs. We asked them these questions:


  • How did you become a photographer?

  • What has been the biggest lesson you have learned as a photographer?

  • What advice would you give to a young amateur photographer?

  • What makes a good photograph?

  • As a photographer, what do you think about social media?


We’ve compiled their answers into a series of ebooks that provide valuable insights and advice for anyone looking to improve their street or documentary photography.


Now you can simply test what others have done and see how their methods work for you.


You’ll gain access to diverse perspectives, expert tips, and stunning photos that will inspire and motivate you. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to network with these photographers and collaborate with them.


Over 90% of the photographers we interviewed said that they’re open to collaborating with others.


Now you can start networking with these talented photographers and grow your community.


But first, let’s get back to the systematic patterns.


To get started, we recommend contacting one photographer every day.


Send them a message and give them a compliment. Maybe you loved their interview or their visual style.


Get in touch with them on Instagram by sending a DM or a comment, or via their website.


For example: “Hi, I saw your photos and interview on Docu Book Vol X, your black & white images are very interesting!


And after the compliment, ask them a question like “Could you take a look at my recent photos and give me some feedback?” or “What do you think about my black and white images? How can I improve them?”.


The more specific your compliment and question is, the more likely you’ll get a good reply. 


By networking and asking questions, you’ll start making new friends and taking your photography to the next level.


And the best part? It only takes 10 minutes a day. Turn this into a weekly habit and start your own systematic pattern.


As a special offer, we’re giving a 50% discount + free bonuses to the next 50 people who enter our ebook library.


Are you ready? What do you have to lose? One day it will be you who gets their work published in a print publication, exhibited in a gallery or a photo festival…


If the button no longer works, it means all 50 discounts have already been taken.