The more you know (about great photography) the less pictures you take?

Started Feb 12, 2014 | Discussions thread
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salla30
salla30 Senior Member • Posts: 2,596
Just keep going; try to be inspired, not deflated

I do agree a bit with you. I think it's called a "dry patch".

It can be daunting to see all the "greats", and think we'll never be like that. I also find the opposite to a certain extent; the more I learn, the more I want to try and discover how I can apply new ideas to old haunts or scenarios. Post processing is a fun part of it too.

Like Glen wrote; you have to enjoy what you do and what you photograph, otherwise it's just not going to happen.

I recently discovered this guy and some of his stuff appear just so random, it's great. It made me realise that my limits are really only my imagination.

http://www.martinparr.com/

Have a look.

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