370: Photo Therapy #19 - Creating Art & Finding Inspiration From the Bittersweet & Melancholy
In this episode Natalie and Audrey explore the power of creativity and how photographers can push through creative blocks to reconnect with their authentic style and vision. They discuss the book "Bittersweet" by Susan Kane, which examines the link between melancholy and creativity, and offer practical tips for nurturing creativity and experimenting with new styles. Through model calls, inspiring music, and poetry readings, the hosts encourage listeners to embrace their weirdest and most creative ideas, without worrying about client expectations. This podcast is a must-listen for photographers looking to break free from trends and rules and create art from the heart.
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