Finding creativity

Finding creativity

One of the tougher challenges photographers face is a creative slump. No matter how much you love photography, how passionate you are about it, you’re going to reach a stage where nothing, excuse the pun, clicks.

Photography is no different to every other form of creative expression; sometimes, you’ll run out of ideas, hitting the photographer’s version of “writer’s block”.

So how do you get out of a creative low?

When that happens, try these words of advice from A Creative Simplicity, a blog about… being creative.

Creativity is a great thing.  It is the vibe through which new doors are blasted open and new realities are formed.   Many people have told me that they  don’t even believe they are creative.  Nothing, of course could be further from the truth.  We are all creative. It’s tapping into the creative vibe that releases the energy.

Read more at: http://www.acertainsimplicity.com/2010/08/how-to-be-creative/

How do you re-energise during a creative slump?

1 Comment
  • Norm Renshaw

    12/09/2010 at 5:36 am

    Hi, I have found over the years in my life, and the many sports and hobbies i have been involved in. anything you do, you have slumps at some stage or another. My answer is to do something different, leave your camera home. in the meantime you will see things in a different light, and perspective and wish you had your camera with you. it works for me no matter what im doing. It makes you even keener. In a way, its telling you to have a rest for awhile.

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