It was totally unplanned but turned out to be a nice little creative exercise and just what I needed to help me slow down and focus on the little things, literally.
After finding this little bush trail and took my camera for a short walk along it with the sole intention of looking for the photos I wouldn’t usually go looking for.
It turned out that I had only made it about five hundred meters or so because I spent so much time deliberately stopping to look at the details. In this otherwise dull and nondescript bush track. By the time I made it back to the car I’d been out for about 90 minutes because I was forcing myself to slow down.
It was incredible to discover so much along this otherwise dull and nondescript bush track and by the time I made it back to the car I’d been exploring for about 90 minutes because I was forcing myself to slow down.
Personal projects are necessary to pursue if you want to improve your photography and that can mean nothing more than taking a couple of hours out of your week to photograph something.