MY GREATEST WEAKNESS.
I've spent a significant amount of time watching Creative Live courses over the past few years and one of my favorite instructors, Sue Bryce, often reminds her viewers of the importance of turning your greatest weakness into your strength.
For years now, I've mistakingly thought the choice to stay home left me without enough time to pursue a photography career. Instead, I've begun embracing the ample opportunity to improve my shooting skills with my favorite subjects who I just so happen to live with.
And so here I am, on this new journey into film photography, turning my greatest weakness into my greatest strength (and practicing some composition techniques with the male model I'm married to). Seriously though, the man deserves a standing ovation for his unmeasurable support and patience.
And big props to Audrey for documenting a little behind the scenes action on the iPhone, even if I look like I'm starring in the spoof, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Lady With a Camera.
How about you? What do you think your greatest weakness, holding you back from chasing your dreams?
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