There is always time to do things, you just have to set it aside.
Work still comes first, of course.
Just leave your camera at home, and find a nice quiet spot.Don't think of work or friends, etc, just look around and look at the people. Then imagine capturing those moments. That's when I get itchy hands and am inspired to shoot more.
RGB Metering & Focusing.
1) Photo contest
Join a photo contest, you have good reason to go out and take great photos
2) Life upgrading
On Saturday, I have only have 2 choices
a) stay at home and listen to deafening life upgrading noise
b) go out and take photos to enjoy some peace and quiet
On Sunday, I need to help her carry her Canon 50D with her lens bag and tripod.
If my tips don't help, look at this video ( 8 secret of successful people )
Last edited by Yutaka Go; 11th October 2010 at 10:41 PM.
I need to accept lesser weddings... 3 on a weekend is leaving me enough backlog to last me a month.
and its starting to get monotonous with all the "standard" wedding schedules, and "standard" wedding shots people want.
i think its time for a retreat to recuperate the mind and bring it back to creativity
Get friends with same hobby can share and go out to shoot...More fun
To know that it is ok to take a break, and come back another time
Do not be confused about what you love to do...... I have known so many people who realized that it is not photography that they love and stay motivated about....... its actually the love for different things.... and the wish to capture that through photography..... like nature, the outdoors, travel, curiosity about different cultures, strange shapes etc etc etc ...... and the camera equipment are just tools to capture what they love
Last edited by ed9119; 12th October 2010 at 10:12 PM.
shaddap and just shoot .... up close
if its anything, it has to be PASSION!!! the LOVE for photography and all things photography!
I leave my camera in my bag all the time and bring my camera with me almost everywhere.
Good timing to take pictures would be before and after work. Just plan to when you would like to go shooting and bring your tripod along. Leave the house around 5 and shoot till you need to go to work. After work, you can try to catch the sunset. I do this maybe about one to two times a week.