At some point in our photographic life, most of us have been faced with moments when inspiration and motivation simply do not exist. What is one to do when this happens? Dan Andre shares his experience
It is the start of a new day: the sun is rising, my heart is beating and the gentle sound of the retreating tide fills my body like a beautifully composed, natural symphony. The clouds work like brushes, painting a huge canvas above my head with all the amazing colours you can imagine. I know what to do, I know how to do it, and I am at one with this experience.
This description is the way I love to photograph nature. And from time to time, this actually happens, but not on this day.
It is winter, heartlessly cold outside and I am wearing insufficient clothes. The sunrise does not even come close to the description above; it is one of the most...
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