What is a Photography Break

September 8, 2013 Roho Ya Chui
What if you need a Sunday urgently, but its only Wednesday and you feel already exhausted. Take out your camera or cell phone camera and start photographing whatever you see around you. You don’t even need to leave the desk, but of course it would be nicer to just step outside and photograph what’s going on in the streets, in the park or just in the building you work in. Open your eyes, look out for the light and start seeing all the inspiration surrounding you. Maybe your photography break lasts only 15 minutes, but it will refresh you and recharge you with new energy and strength to make until Sunday.

Of course there are also the very much-needed holidays, the longer breaks to recharge and relax. Turn them into wildlife photographybreaks, photographic safari breaks, street photography breaks, sport photography breaks or relaxed beach sunset photography breaks. Add photography to make sure you get most out of it.

Happy Sunday snapping!

Ute Sonnenberg for www.rohoyachui.com

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