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5 Best Ways To Find Your Lost Spark!

Published by WPC Official Account on Oct'29,2021

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5 Best Ways To Find Your Lost Spark!

WPC Official Account
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Did you stumble upon here to find your lost spark? Well, you are at the right place. Every person who is a photographer hits rock bottom once in a while. It could be for various reasons that you are not feeling your spark. 

Reasons you are not finding your spark as a photographer:

  • The work pool is draining
  • You feel a creative block
  • You seem out of focus
  • You feel slumped with work 

What are the 5 best ways to find your spark?

Get a break:

 

 

Yes, we know everyone says this but sometimes taking a pause and living in the moment is what you need to get your spark back. It will help you unclog your mind and begin again. Get on a holiday, who knows what will motivate you and get you your spark back?

Set the rules aside:

 

 

Often when you hit your rock bottom, you need to stand back up and set the rules aside. When you are to find your spark as a photographer, the first thing is to begin somewhere. You don’t need the right camera, the right pieces of equipment, or a logbook. Just relax, click, and walk away.

Or, the reason you are missing your spark is that you are overwhelmed. Doing monotonous routines every day can make your favorite job boring as well. 

The best way to let go of such weight and find your spark is to start something for yourself. Go back to why you started photography in the first place. 

Do what moves you!

Look ahead of you:

 


Does everything look just the same to you? This is a major concern as to why people lack motivation. One of the main reasons that will help you to get your spark back is when you explore yourself. 

See what you can do, what you are worthy of. Explore the genres you never did before, explore those heights, angles, views, etc! Do what you would not on a regular day. 

Everyone likes to begin again. Getting some new gear, to begin with, is also a good strategy to get your spark back. Try something new. 

Sync up around you:

 


At times photography can be lonely. No matter how exciting it is to travel alone. If you find difficulty in finding things common between you and your neighbor, you should meet the other photographers in your town. Maybe travel down another city for a photo walk! Who knows what might find your spark again. 

Make a scrapbook:

 


Scrapbooks are a great way to connect back to yourself. These memories are what make you who you are. Physical printouts of your work will help you bring back your spark. Try selling them out in an art gallery, or sell them up for an auction. Or just give them around to your beloved.

The sense of pride and connectivity will help you get a kickstart to find your spark back to you. 

So if you still feel nothing is working out, take a jog down our blog section. Share some of your experiences with us. Until then, click away my friend! 

 


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Did you stumble upon here to find your lost spark? Well, you are at the right place. Every person who is a photographer hits rock bottom once in a while. It could be for various reasons that you are not feeling your spark. 

Reasons you are not finding your spark as a photographer:

  • The work pool is draining
  • You feel a creative block
  • You seem out of focus
  • You feel slumped with work 

What are the 5 best ways to find your spark?

Get a break:

 

 

Yes, we know everyone says this but sometimes taking a pause and living in the moment is what you need to get your spark back. It will help you unclog your mind and begin again. Get on a holiday, who knows what will motivate you and get you your spark back?

Set the rules aside:

 

 

Often when you hit your rock bottom, you need to stand back up and set the rules aside. When you are to find your spark as a photographer, the first thing is to begin somewhere. You don’t need the right camera, the right pieces of equipment, or a logbook. Just relax, click, and walk away.

Or, the reason you are missing your spark is that you are overwhelmed. Doing monotonous routines every day can make your favorite job boring as well. 

The best way to let go of such weight and find your spark is to start something for yourself. Go back to why you started photography in the first place. 

Do what moves you!

Look ahead of you:

 


Does everything look just the same to you? This is a major concern as to why people lack motivation. One of the main reasons that will help you to get your spark back is when you explore yourself. 

See what you can do, what you are worthy of. Explore the genres you never did before, explore those heights, angles, views, etc! Do what you would not on a regular day. 

Everyone likes to begin again. Getting some new gear, to begin with, is also a good strategy to get your spark back. Try something new. 

Sync up around you:

 


At times photography can be lonely. No matter how exciting it is to travel alone. If you find difficulty in finding things common between you and your neighbor, you should meet the other photographers in your town. Maybe travel down another city for a photo walk! Who knows what might find your spark again. 

Make a scrapbook:

 


Scrapbooks are a great way to connect back to yourself. These memories are what make you who you are. Physical printouts of your work will help you bring back your spark. Try selling them out in an art gallery, or sell them up for an auction. Or just give them around to your beloved.

The sense of pride and connectivity will help you get a kickstart to find your spark back to you. 

So if you still feel nothing is working out, take a jog down our blog section. Share some of your experiences with us. Until then, click away my friend!