Thousands of good images flood the photography market on a daily basis these days. To stand out as a pro photographer, one needs to be extremely creative. What happens when you run out of creativity though? Dennis Bromage has the words
Every creative person loses their mojo at some point; I guess it is what authors call ‘writers block’. If you are a full-time pro photographer who relies on making images to earn a living, this can be very worrying.
That is exactly what has happened to me this year. I spent the entire summer running around like a headless chicken, going from exhibition to exhibition and from show to show. I was so busy that I had no time at all to pick up my camera – I went out once in an eight or ten-week period. There is actually nothing unusual about this as it is something that happens every year but the thing that really worried me was that I had no desire to pick up the camera. In previous years I was …
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