In my opinion, what you're good at and what you love cannot be separated. Maybe you have naturally more skills in one, like physics for example. But what you really love is photography. You might have more skills in physics, but you will be better at photography because that's what you love. Passion and commitment I believe are more valuable when it comes to being "good" at something than natural ability. And on top of that, you can always incorporate your natural skills into what you really love. You can use your physics' abilities to play with lighting in your camera. I really think what you're good at and what you love cannot be separated.
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