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Bored or Tired of Photographing and How to Overcome It

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On February - 4 - 2017

Bored Tired  of Photographing and How to Overcome It

Bored Tired of Photographing and How to Overcome It


Unless you make a living as a photographer, photography, like other hobbies, may get boring at times. Not to mention if your free time is limited or you’re starting to feel the jaded point where inspiration is null and creativity hits a dead end.
But it would be quite a waste if the camera and lenses you’ve invested a big chunk of your cash in just idly sits on the shelf. And if we think about it, photography can be a refreshing pastime that can refresh the mind for optimal use during work hours. But how can we get ourselves out of this photography rut? Well here are several things you can try: Read the rest of this entry »

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