|On A Brighter Day - Tehachapi, California|
I love photographing abandoned buildings.
I don't really think that is necessary. I don't think you need to specialize. However, you should photograph what you love to photograph.
|Abandoned Homestead - Tehachapi, California|
I'm fascinated by places like this, so I photograph them.
Imagine trying to hold a conversation with someone about some subject that you don't really care about and that you are not knowledgeable about. Do you think you could make the conversation engaging? But if the conversation is about something you care deeply about and are knowledgeable about, that conversation now has interest.
|Destroyed By Fire - Victorville, California|
Abandoned locations, like the old George Air Force Base housing, is what I love to photograph.
So you don't need to specialize, because that's over thinking. It's much more simple than that. You should be photographing the things that you love to photograph. And naturally you'll create a strong portfolio of images for whatever subject that you are drawn to.