so I think I've hit a new low regarding my enjoyment of photography. I just can't seem to get inspired to do anything lately. I've worked on macro, sports, portraiture, real estate, architecture, and wildlife but right now none of those seem appealing. I figure I'm just going through a lull and that it will pass once fall begins. I'm not saying that I'm going to give it up, but I'm not as ready to get out there and snap some photos as I used to be. Also, when I do get out there, my pictures don't look right - it's almost like I'm trying too hard. Maybe I suffer from Low T - who knows.
I'm sure that I'm not the only one out there who has run into photographer's block. So my question to the collective minds is, what do you do to snap yourself out of this funk?
Dear friend Mr. Wes.
Yes, I feel you pain from time to time , too. But When I hit the low spot like 5-6 years ago, I volunteer to be the Official Photographer for the Non Profit Organizations to When they have the Public Activities, And I take the Photography/ Lighting Classes at the local Community college to Learn some thing New and Difference from my Skill, and try to improve my Photographic Skill. Yes 5-6 years ago, I deep in love with Macro photography, When I got 4 New Macro / Canon Lenses---But since then, I do not do Macro Photography any more------Ha, Ha, Ha---Well Yes, I change my Photography and relaxing style---Just Rent the Hotel at the Beach on the top floor, And Shoot the Seagulls/ Beautiful Ladies on the beach---With out get beat-up from The Young/ Strong Lady's Boy friends---Ha, Ha, Ha. ) Just Kidding)
YES, You can start to set up " The Local Photography/ Cameras Club" and Use your Skill / Expertise in Photography Technique ,to teach the Young/ Beginner Photographers in your home city.---That Will be the blessing for the Local Youth, who want to be a good Photographer like you.
Good lick .
Apex, North Carolina, USA. ( Yes, My original Home country = Thailand )