•The mountain whisperer ⠀
•No I can’t actually communicate with mountains 😂 although that would be maybe the coolest/ maybe not so cool super power of all time. I wonder what they would say. Probably something along the lines of “Hey” 😂 I don’t know, I can’t see mountains being very talkative. ⠀
•Pick a super power (Mountain whisperer or ability to talk to grass)😂😂 I’m going with the mountains. ⠀
•📸 Taken by: @_stevenwilson⠀
Becoming a full-time video maker and travel photographer in 3 years, a short success story with @davidbroda - Best of the week 10 at #nomadict / “When I got back home from the studies abroad and my first real photography adventure, I felt skilled enough in both video making and photography that I started reaching out, asking for little gigs here and there, sometimes doing stuff for free, sometimes landing a really well paid project.
By the beginning of 2018, I’d met a lot of very important people I’m cooperating with up until now, thanks to whom I’ve been able to make a bunch of regular clients and it all started to make great sense.” Comments on the interview, by @nomadict:
Thanks to you guys, David won our weekly contest and what you just read is a small part of the story that David shared with us - you can find the entire story visiting the link in the bio.
We are trying to make these features as meaningful as possible, so we decided to have a phone call with David in order to find out some more details about him. We found his story to be quite inspiring from both a personal and professional point of view. Two important lessons from David’s story: (1) You don’t need a ton of followers on social media in order to become a full time photographer and (2) the bonds and relations you create traveling can have a major impact in your career!
If you would like to learn a little bit more from @davidbroda’s story and get to know some more details about how to become a full time visual creator in three years, check the link in the bio!
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