Angles are everything to a photographer. The right angle can catch even the ugliest flower in it’s beautiful glory even if for just a split second. A photographer must be patient, they must capture the picture with the right lighting, they might have to adjust their settings though. Just like in life, if you cannot see someone’s point of view, try adjusting your settings.
When a photographer’s first photo turns up blurry, they must slow down. They must breathe calmer and steady their hands. They cannot be hyperactive, or it could ruin even the most perfect shot. A photographer must be calm, and so should you. For if you are constantly moving, possibly jumping back and forth from one idea to another, you could miss the most perfect thing that is right in front of you.
A photographer must be patient, especially with moving objects or creatures. A photographer will always get a blurry photo if they try to capture a photo of a bird flying unless they adjust their settings or grow in patience to wait for the split second the bird is not in flight, but is hovering or gliding. One must also practice this in life, if you try to solve a problem or find a point of view while in motion, it will never be solved. You must be patient and wait for the bird to slow down to the point where you can capture the right image.
One can learn a lot from a photographer, but must not forget that the photographer is continuously learning as well.