“Pour your heart into it!”
That sounds like a great idea, doesn’t it?
You know that when you get your new camera and say, “I’m going to take pictures all the time!” Or maybe your the one that had a camera for awhile now and stopped using it for quite some time now. You take a deep breath and say “wow” my old camera and you get that same feeling again that you had when you got it for the first time.
Well, this is true for all photographers out there new and even the old ones. This is something that can be very difficult for some of you. Either be work, family or just life doesn’t give you the chance to go out. Maybe this was a hobby and maybe it still is.
Well there is always good news the camera is always going to be there for you. So this will always be a struggle unless this is your paid profession then this doesn’t really count for you.
Taking pictures are a fantastic way to preserve those memories that you see around you. Something that will catch your eye or something that you know you will never see again.
What I recommend is for you to set up your own challenges when it comes to taking pictures. There are tons of ideas on the web or even on YouTube that can give you the ideas that you need to jump start with your hobby or future profession.
There are ones that require you to shoot only in Black and White, take pictures of only shapes, pictures of cars…etc. You can even do odd images like taking pictures of floor patters or just pictures of bicycle wheels. Its up to you to come up with something to get started. A challenge is the best way to pump yourself and begin again.
Since Christmas just passed maybe Santa just gave you that drone that you always wanted. Well drone photography is virtually the same as your DSL or phone camera. You just have a new way of getting those images that you didn’t even know was out there. So now a new challenge, take your drone and DSL or phone and mix them up.