Not everyone is going to like the work you create and that is actually a good thing.
Why do we insist on placing more value on the gear we use to create something than the creative vision we build to actually create?
Make photos, dump them on a hard drive, pick one or two to post to Instagram, rinse and repeat. But how often do we take time to enjoy the images we missed? Are we missing creative opportunities due to haste?
Are we putting too much pressure on ourselves to make sure every photograph we make is a work of art? It’s a very real struggle that may be slowly killing off our passion to create. Let’s take a closer look and talk it out, shall we?
New Year’s Resolutions are a trendy topic this time of year, photographers are no different. What if we approached it differently this year and took time to really examine our own work?