The topic of the lesson is Roberto Valenzuela sharing and analyzing his first wedding photos as a beginner photographer and discussing the importance of improvement and learning from mistakes.
What kind of feedback did Roberto receive when he first started out as a photographer?
Someone told him that he had no aptitude for photography and advised him to keep his day job.
What was Roberto's mindset when he started out as a photographer?
He was determined to improve and take his photography seriously, not just wish to be good.
What did Roberto learn from his early photos?
He realized that his early photos were not good and had many flaws, but he saw them as an inspiration to work hard and improve.
What is the main message Roberto wants to convey to aspiring photographers?
If you have photos that are good, people will hire you and you won't have to worry about charging low prices.
What is the difference between needing to have a photographer and wanting to have a photographer?
Needing to have a photographer is a powerful feeling, like needing air or food, while wanting to have a photographer is more like wanting something, but it's not a necessity.
How did Roberto price his services as a beginner photographer?
He charged enough for people not to doubt his skill level, but his prices were affordable to anyone with a regular job.
How did Roberto feel about his early wedding photos?
He was initially proud of them, but soon after, he realized they were not good and that's when he decided to make a change and improve.
What does Roberto believe is the value of sharing his early photos?
He believes that sharing his mistakes and progress can inspire and encourage others who are going through a similar journey as photographers.
How did Roberto realize the need for improvement in his photography?
By studying and analyzing thousands of photos from photographers he admired, he started to pick up on patterns and understand what made a good photo.
What is the main lesson Roberto wants viewers to take away from his lesson?
Improvement and growth in photography come from hard work, studying and learning from mistakes, and being open to continuous improvement.