I'm sorry I've been neglecting you during these past months.
I have plenty of excuses: the holidays were too busy, my day job has been to stressful, it's too hard to find subjects to shoot...but the truth is, I haven't been feeling that old spark lately.
Call it laziness or lack of inspiration, but I guess I've just needed some space and time to get away from it all. With the stress I've been under at work lately, I haven't been able to muster up the enthusiasm I should have for something I've always loved doing.
But I want to get back to my love for photography, so I'm make a new commitment to you, my camera.
We're going to start spending time more together, and I promise to take you out more. Every weekend I'll be working to build my dreamstime portfolio, and most importantly, I'm going to start enjoying photography again.
I think your camera is pleased now) I'd like to tell my camera the same, but I'm not sure it'll be happy at all. It's -20 outdoors) So we are waiting for some warming) Good luck and inspiration to both of you!)
it's very normal for me too to feel that way - don't worry too much - we're all allowed to get absorbed in other things - i find that when i get back to my camera i'm full of new ideas and the enthusiasm is greater - the great thing about stock (if it's a hobby) is that you can do it in your own time, no pressure from anyone - so what's the rush ?? good luck and enjoy life
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