So I just watched this interview with photographer Sue Bryce. During the interview she says something along the lines of how people kept trying to pressure her to do photography she wasn't interested in in order to make money. She says instead she focused stronger on the photography she was passionate about and that instead of doing photography she didn't enjoy she evolved her business model/marketing plan, learned photoshop, and changed her business name to something more appealing. She now makes a considerable amount each week doing what she loves. She also credits having the right state of mind and defining yourself.
So that brings me to my question: How many of you out there are making income doing the type of photography you love to do? If not, what could you do differently to be able to allow you to do more of what you love?
I'm new and haven't actually started on the business end. Still doing a lot of research on that side of things. I'm actually still discovering what I'm passionate about and what I enjoy. However, there are some things I'm clearly not passionate about and can't imagine having to do them more than just on occasion. I think if I did it would negatively effect my enjoyment of photography.