At one time or another, all photographers end up in the photographic doldrums, feeling unmotivated and frustrated; perhaps stuck in a rut, feeling that we are just covering the same old ground and not creating anything new or worthwhile. Mark Bauer shares his thoughts on this ‘painful’ subject
I certainly found myself in the situation described above last year, when there was a rare spell of decent weather, and I let the opportunity pass by, partly because I was struggling to think of locations that I had not photographed to death, and partly because I just did not feel like taking any pictures, even though I felt I ought to be out making the most of the light. Basically, I was feeling somewhat burned out, having done a number of workshops and quite a lot of...
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