Video: What I Do When I’m Photographically Overwhelmed Pick one thing to focus on!

Often when you’re out shooting the photographic possibilities might feel a bit overwhelming. I get it!

When I find myself in a situation like this, I like to pick one subject to focus on. You can explore that one subject – experimenting with composition, moving around, and changing your angles. This can help get your creative juices flowing, help you better understand the light around you, and encourage you to slow down, and appreciate the details that often go overlooked.

Check out the video above for more on this tip, and to see what I focused on in this field!

Lauren Lim

Hey friend, I’m Lauren! I’m a photographer and head ninja here at Photography Concentrate. I’m downright obsessed with photography, and love sharing it with super cool folks like yourself. When I’m not shooting, or writing, you can find me cooking (and eating!), traveling, and hanging out with wonderful people.

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  1. That’s really helpful, Lauren, thank you! I’m definitely familiar with that overwhelmed feeling. One thing I like about macro photography is that it forces you to notice the small details and stay in the moment to watch what happens next. :)

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