Sometimes you're the highway, sometimes you're the rolling wheel (thanx to Audioslave). What do you do when you cant find your muse? What do you shoot when you don't feel or find the inspiration to pick up your camera and shoot? When I lose my way I go back to my basics, street photography or macro. I find them both a challenge because I shoot my street with a Fuji GA645, not the fastest camera on the block, and I shoot my macro hand-held, with my Hassy, a 150 f4 and a 55mm extension tube. Both cameras force me to slow down, be mindful of the moment, and take my time. They free my thoughts and let the now wash over me. I'm Involved. Its helpful when I find I've lost the plot. Please feel free to comment below on your process. Please enjoy this weeks curation on Finding you Muse.
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My next curation will be July 16. I shoot a lot of slide film during the summer. love the colour saturation. Show me your best slide film shots. Do your worst, show me your best. Submit your image here.