My most recent contribution to The Daily Post covers a bunch of ideas for breaking out of a photographic rut. Do you have any ideas?
“A year from now you may wish you had started today.” – Karen Lamb
Whether you are a seasoned professional or a novice hobbyist, you’ve likely experienced a feeling of burnout or stagnation in your photography, at least once. Today, I’ll be sharing five quick tips for breaking out of a photography rut. Try them alone, try them together, or maybe even turn them into a photoblogging project, where each tip is the topic for a new post.
Shoot outside of your comfort zone.
Tip: Exploration is fun, but make sure you’re allowed to be where you wander.
Do you typically go for flower macros, or landscape shots? Try some streetphotography of people, but make sure you’re familiar with your limitations. Try to diverge as much as possible from your norm, even if something doesn’t immediately sound appealing. You might be surprised with what you discover.
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