This month Erez Marom shares a personal story of binging on the professional photographer’s lifestyle, the problems it has caused him and what he has learned from it
I became a professional photographer a few years ago, and a full-time pro about two years ago. It was pretty exciting being free to pursue my art and my vision. Being an avid traveler, I soon began making more and more grandiose plans to conquer the globe, going wherever I wanted, whenever I wanted. To give you an idea, from October 2013 to June 2014 alone I spent over 6 months traveling, visited 10 countries on 3 continents, guided 3 workshops, scouted locations for 3 new workshops and went on 25 flights (not including helicopter flights) – without mentioning the travels I have done before that. I was sure that this plan, being constantly on the road shooting, doing what I love with total freedom for as long as I wish, would…
Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside Issue 47 of Landscape Photography Magazine.