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Not terribly long ago I went through a down sing in photography. I just couldn't get motivated to go out and do anything. In fact, I used about every excuse I could come up with just to stay home.
One day I decided to e-mail Rick Sammon about this issue figuring over his career he likely encountered the same issue. His advice to me was, "Just keep shooting."
Often times I find myself searching the internet for photography quotes. Looking at what those who have come before us have to say about the medium can be helpful and cause us to consider photography in a different light. There is also the added benefit of being inspired by the work of those who said the quote in the first place.
Returning to the same location again and again can really be benefit to nature photographers. Yes, sometimes you end up posting several photos from that location but it's okay. The point really is to see how dramatic nature can change from day to day or in some cases minute by minute.
Well, I thought for sure I would write an article every day while shooting here in the Grand Teton National Park. Turns out exhaustion is a real thing for Nature Photographers. The latest I have slept here is 4am with the earliest at 2am so please forgive me for the lack of writing. Trust me, there is so much on the way.
Facebook is changing what goes into your feed once again. As it stands now business pages are pretty low on your feed unless the business pays for a boost of a particular post. Now, according to Mark Zuckerberg it is going to shift the business even further down on the list... This is of course, unless you pay for the boost.