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In my opinion patience is a must, no matter what type of photography you become involved in. However if it is your intention to become a photographer working within the natural world you will find patience is something which becomes a necessity and a necessity in a very big way!!
To give you example; if you are taking architecture, landscapes or seascapes it is essential to have the light in the correct position and at the right level.
If you are working with wildlife or in the field of natural history you will no doubt be strongly controlled the light and depending upon what type of image you want will very much depend upon where you want the light. The most important and one of matter which will require and test your patience is will the subject/specie even show up and if so what position will it be in, will it be co-operative, just to mention but a few.
If you are working with people then I have nothing to say except “I feel sorry for you”!!