You know that feeling of being stuck? Being in a limbo, not knowing what to do next, how to proceed. Why would anyone care? What am I doing this for etc.





Why not use it to your advantage. Coming out of this limbo is always enjoyable. Pick up a camera, the only way is up.

8 comments on “Stuck

  1. I can so much relate to this. Just recently I was feeling so down because of all the routine that wouldn’t let me get out and shoot at least for an hour. I think I started to develop some sort of photographer’s depression, and then I had that evening when I just went for it. And I still don’t know what I’ve got on that roll of film (new developer is on its way to help me), but I felt such a relief just walking and taking pictures.
    The second photo is so great, btw. A direct reminder to never forget why you picked that hobby up in the first place.

  2. I think that kind of pressure comes from the outside really, the thing about “Why would anyone care? What am I doing this for?” but I do know what you mean.

    • Yes and its heavily social media based assumptions which are ridiculous… The only person you’re doing this for is Yourself (unless you work for clients)

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