Sunday, December 27, 2009

How to stay Passionate

We all go through it those times when life throws you curveballs, so how can you stay passionate about your Photography? 

How do you keep those creative tricks up your sleeves?

It can be a challenge. I found looking at other photographers work, shooting and thinking outside the box help me. When all else fails...grab the camera and shoot. Get in the car and drive and get lost on the road. You never know where it may take you. These photos were on my way to Joshua Tree in between LA and Palm Springs, all shot with D300, 70-200mm f2.8, 24-85mm f2.8-4 and the 16mm f2.8 fisheye.

This is a very surreal field, miles of generators and fans, almost feels like a different planet.

It isn't much to look at, very dry, odd looking trees, many hiking paths and warnings about snakes. But the landscape is beautiful. Untouched, minus a road that weaves around the thousands of acres.


I would love to come up here around sunset and see what I can create, there are camping sites and trails throughout. Water is necessary, and sunscreeen is needed.
So if you have the time, I highly recommend, getting in your car and seeing what road you find yourself on. Just make sure to take the camera. : )

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