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Sometimes being creative is hard work and right now, I’m suffering from a massive creative block. To be honest, “right now” means that I hardly shot anything for weeks now. It started around christmas, being to tired for all the photography stuff. Then I shot a little bit in January, was very pleased with the results and then again – nothing. Well, it is what it is, you can’t force creativity. But over the years, I found a few strategies to boost my creativity again. They don’t always work but most of the time, they do.
Whenever I’m in the US, there are a lot of things I enjoy: Stuffing myself at the Cheesecake Factory, discovering big cities and small towns, endless road trips and so on. But what really left an impression on all my trips to the US were the landscapes: Redwood forests, deserts, canyons and coastlines – great places for hiking or landscape photography.
Today I stumbled upon this video from Mike Bishop and it really triggers my wanderlust. The good thing is, I’m already planning our next trip to the US.
Maybe you’ve seen the photography bucket list I made for fall, my personal things to shoot/buy/get/do list. Time for a quick check-up: What have I accomplished?
The last two weeks were quite packed. Not only my job kept me busy, in my spare-time there was also a lot going on: Meeting friends, enjoying autumn, some photography stuff. Here’s a short recap of what I was up to: