Hello fellow CSers,
i'm a student who got my first dslr over a year ago.
worked at event jobs and finally saved enough for a 500D
before a DSLR or photography entered my life, i was a very very boring person
a couch potato and someone who just troll across forums
the first 6 months of my time with my 500D, i bring it for shoots at least once every week. during each trip, i will spent at least 3hours shooting religiously, with my eyes scanning continuously for interest subjects to pop up.
As time goes by, i got really into it and went shooting for my school events and even a few small company event for my friend.
As i'm in my final year, the school term got busier and i neglected photography since last November. My composition got typical, and my eye for photography seems to have flown away. i rented a 24~70L f2.8 recently for CNY and was looking forward to shooting with it. it has been awhile since my DSLR came out of the dry cabinet.
that's when discovered that my photos ended up bland and typical. that zest for photography was gone. it was as if i forgotten how to shoot, how to frame, and lost my own interpretation of "interesting" subjects.
Dear CSers, please tell me how i can get that zest back in me.
Sadly, i'm still not done with my assignments yet