3 Tips for Setting Boundaries to Avoid Burnout in Photography

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Whether you’re a professional photographer or a hobbyist, there have likely been times when you’ve felt ready to throw in the towel and quit photography forever. Those feelings are normal and are usually the result of added stress from things like a looming deadline or a project that you don’t feel prepared to tackle. Often, once the added stress subsides, so does the desire to quit photography. However, if that stress becomes chronic it can cause physical, emotional, and ...
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Auteur : Meredith Clark
Editeur : Digital Photography School
Catégorie : Photography Tips and Tutorials

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