Fact or Myth: You need to spend a lot of time to become a good photographer?
They are not the type who will go take random photos of random things, especially stuff that doesn't mean anything to them in life. So this right here really limits their growth as a photographer because I've always been told the #1 rule to get good is you need to use your camera everyday and take a lot of pictures of anything and everything. But if someone is only using their camera to take pictures once a week or once every couple weeks, do you think it would be possible for them to get good?
They like buying cameras to play around with them and carry them around, and own them but most will collect dust and only be used when they want to capture moments in their lives that they want to save.
1) What are the odds that someone can get good in taking photos if they only use their camera once a week or once every couple weeks and have zero interest in shooting random things?
2) Would you consider them as photography euthusiasts?
3) Is it true that you have to read and read a lot to get good? In other words it's a massive time sink. And most people I know aren't willing to spend hours everyday reading photography verbatim.