Due to recent events I thought this may be an ideal time to start using my camera for basic home and garden photography.
To be clear, I don't want to brand myself as a photographer, but I'd like to have a small place where I can share my photographic journey over the next few weeks (Twitter or a FaceBook page), and would like to brand my work as 'Garden Nature Photography', for example.
This seems like a good specific type of photography that I can concentrate on fully, and hopefully get an audience of people who are interested in the same thing.
But, if all goes well, I'd like to expand beyond the garden - Maybe even splitting things up to 'ground level nature', and 'specifically birds'.
Either way, my question is, even though it seems like a good idea to focus on a very specific topic (garden nature), is it recommended when you are able to see yourself (eventually) covering other areas of the niche?
On the one hand, I very much like the idea of being extremely specific, as it gives me more focus and the ability to explore different areas that I may not think of if I was to just be focused on the broader "Nature" niche, yet at the same time, I feel that I may be being too specific to get a larger audience.
That said, I know that the ratings/numbers aren't the key point.
Any ideas on how to narrow down a Niche, yet not be so specific that moving into other areas may be difficult?