Reading through the journals of photographers on dA I all too often see people complaining about how they have nothing to shoot. Nothing could be further from the truth. There are images around us all the time, every where you look. Have you ever been on a group shoot? Have you noticed how, although you're all in the same place everyone seems to be shooting different directions, different subjects, using different lenses and different settings, and when you get back and look through
everyone's shots, they are all so different? That's because we all see, and interact with, the world differently, based on our personalities, our experiences and the way we have learned.
One of my favourite expressions is, "Think outside the box." About 8 years ago I told CircuitDruid that she needed to think outside the box. She turned around and retorted, "You don't even have a box!" It was one of the loveliest things anyone has ever said to me. It's a bit of a quantum conundrum, akin to Schrodinger'