8 Ways to Get Out of a Creative Rut with Lisa Digeso

SUBSCRIBE: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher


how to get out of a creative rut

When you are in a creative rut and you’re having an artistic identity crisis, our 8 tips will help you get rid of that self-doubt and confusion.

Artistic confidence does not come from external validation like thumbs up and likes. It comes from creating work that you truly love and align with.

Although it easier to try to fit in than to stand out, it’s important that you create art to feed your soul, rather than art to fit in. Here are some ways to break out of that creative rut.

Tip 1: Stop taking yourself so seriously (6:00)

Tip 2: Nourish your creativity (7:00)

Tip 3: Let yourself take bad photos (7:43)

Tip 4: Stop putting so much pressure on yourself to create and produce (8:11)

Tip 5: Look for inspiration in unusual places (8:38)

Tip 6: Rest (9:14)

Tip 7: Take action (10:03)

Tip 8: Learn something new (10:16)

Our podcast here is all about allowing yourself to get truly creative by breaking the rules sometimes! Check it out!


Discover more about Lisa DiGeso and the Milky Way

Website: 
www.themilkyway.ca
Facebook: 
@photographyresource
Facebook Group:
 Learn the Art of Newborn and Family Photography – by The Milky Way
Instagram: 
@milkywayfun
Youtube: 
The Milky Way

Bio: Lisa DiGeso
 is the owner of Milk & Honey Photography and founder of The Milky Way – a photographer’s resources.  Over the past 12 years, she’s photographed over 1,200 newborns and helped over 21,000 students through online classes +  retreats.

share the love

[Sassy_Social_Share]

Leave a Comment





recent

Podcasts

divider

Focus on Inclusion: Empathy and Advocacy in Neurodivergent Family Photography with Stacey Feasel

Learning Curves: How Maintaining a Lifetime Learner Mindset Can Help You Master Your Fine Art Maternity with Esther Kay

A Kid at Heart: The Art & Business of Preschool Photography with Trina Julius

The Business of Being Yourself: How Embracing Your Uniqueness Unlocks Your Creativity & Helps You Stand Out in the Newborn Niche With Natasha Simpson

Better Together: How Hiring a Team of Associates Can Help You Grow Your Photography Business With Jill Smith

From Scrubs to Shutter: Balancing Nursing, Photography, and Passion with Shannon McTighe

The Wild Side: Embracing the Beautiful Mess, and Capturing Authentic Connection with Tiffany Crenshaw from Animal House Photography

Golden Moments: Elevating  & Nurturing Client Relationships with Maternity and Newborn Photographer Kellie Golden

The Heart of Photography: Josie Tan’s Approach to Client Connections & Building Relationships in Your Photography Business

Advice From the Pros: Lessons and Reflections From 16 Photographers on What They Wish They Knew as Beginners

Giving Up the Ghost: Releasing the Stories Holding You Back in Your Photography Business.

Practicing Presence: The Healing Power of Slowing Down & Tuning into Mindfulness & Creativity in Photography with Joy Prouty

Inkpot Insights: Crafting Web Magic for your photography business with KP and Jessie from Inkpot Creative

Creating or Consuming: Education as More Than Entertainment, Taking Intentional Action Towards Your Creative Goals

The Art of Elegance: Elevating Your Photography Business Through Client-Centric Strategies with Kayleigh Ashworth

Making Maternity Magic: Empowering Women, Staying Profitable, and Nurturing Creativity in Photography with Karli Braaten

Guiding Stars: 6 Truths from 14 Years in Business & Photography with Lisa DiGeso

Prints with Purpose & Crafting a Luxury Studio: A Conversation with Photographer Ambreia Turner

The Honest Lens: Capturing the Beauty of the Everyday with Documentary Photographer Amy Dangerfield

Storytelling Films: Incorporating Family Legacy Video in your Photography Business with Dorte Kjaerulff

Finding Focus Amid the Chaos: The Importance of Nervous System Regulation and Self-Care for Photographers with Renee Bowen

The Fine Print: Legal Tips Every Photographer Should Know with Paige Griffith from the Legal Paige

Let’s Play: Advice for Fun, Playful, Child-Led Photo Sessions with Melissa Miller

Let It Go: How to Stop Perfectionism From Holding You Back as a Photographer with Megan Boggs