We’ve all been there before. A place were we wake up in the morning and have no desire to create. It may last for a week, months, or even years. It’s time to fight back and climb out of that downward spiral hole.
Now look back to the days when you first had that intense excitement and happiness from creating photographs. Only if it was that easy to bring that state back to present. But if it was that easy it wouldn’t be so great would it? Without light there would be no darkness, without sadness there would be happiness. Throughout our lives there will be down times but it’s what makes that great times so great! Finding that source of inspiration and motivation can be a fairly easy to find but keeping it going can be a whole different thing. To start off we want to help you and instil euphoria to what you love to do. To start off, here are a few great photographers that inspire myself.
Vivian Maier is one of my personal favourite photographers. American born in New York City, raised in France then later resided in Chicago working forty years as a nanny. Her photographs were never seen by the public until 2007 when a 26 year old local chicago historian and collector Maloof bought 30,000 prints and negatives from an auction that had acquired the photographs from a storage locker. Since the event Vivian Maeir’s street photographs have impacted the world.