As I venture into the wedding planning for our wedding along with being in the industry for 12 years now, I know the importance of reducing wedding stress. So here I am creating content to try to help you through this process, even if we aren't a great fit for eachother I'm happy for you and excited to help in any way I can.
It’s that time of year; we are burnt out, uninspired, feel like we are lacking that magical creative spark or plain old feeling stuck. With New Year resolutions around the corner don’t feel as though you didn’t accomplish anything this year because you did! Perhaps you learned to shoot in manual, worked with off camera flash, shot your first wedding, took more detailed photos, took more photos of your kids (or pets), nailed your macro shots… this list could go on forever but regardless it was a great year even if you didn’t meet your desired bookings/income you grew in knowledge somewhere. Don’t beat yourself up about the things you feel are missing or frustration from not knowing how to do something, it happens to all creatives.
Below are my ideas for refueling that creative spark:
Regardless of which you choose it is always a great idea to keep a notebook on hand (I keep one in my car at all times) because you really never know when a great idea will come to you and you want to be able to trace back to that inspirational moment and really go with it! Sometimes taking a new perspective is really all it takes to get those ideas flowing! I hope you found at least one way you can get back on track and fall in love all over again with your photography.