My photography output – and the number of photowalks I’ve been on – has definitely slowed since June and July, despite autumn being my favourite season.
Being the thinky type, I’ve been trying to figure this out.
But really, I don’t think this (over) analysis is particularly useful, so instead I’m going back to basics.
Already I’ve embarked on another chapter of my One Month One Camera project this month, with the rather un-enticingly named Lumix FZ38 bridge camera.
I’m also planning to use to use it exclusively in its “film grain” mode for the foreseeable future, as I really like the grainy, high contrast output.
The overriding philosophy is definitely to pare back and lean in, rather than try half a dozen different approaches with as many different cameras and get frustrated and disappointed with all of them.
We’ll see how the rest of this month unfolds.
How about you? What do you do when you realise you’re not photographing so much? Force a change? Sit back and let it happen when it happens? Or something else?
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