There comes a point in a photographer's life where they feel like they can't improve anymore. They seem to get into a rut and cannot get inspired by their craft. It can be discouraging and disheartening when this wall is hit because he/she seems to lose that creative edge. Some feel they lack the creativity to continue. I recently went thru this phase. In fact, its not the first time either. Two years ago, I was sitting in a class room debating this topic. At that time I was told by my instructor to push thru it. I was feeling like I lost my MOJO. I did not think I could create anything new and I was no longer excited about photography. He was right. It took me about 3 months, but I was able to gain back that creative desire. I found myself looking at photography in a new light.
In fact, this happened again recently. I was feeling uninspired and lacked the desire to create. And, once again I was reminded that I need to get out and just photograph anything and everything. My lack of enthusiasm stemmed from my lack of sales. It had been over a month since my last sale and I felt like I was losing my mojo.