Sometimes you just feel like no matter what you shoot, it looks dull, boring, uninteresting and just looking at the photos seems like a waste of time. It's called a creative rut and every photographer has it once in a while. What's more important is how you deal with it.
Taking a trip is one of the most recommended ways to get your creativity back and boost your energy, and what better place to go than the tropical paradise of Tahiti? Here are 3 very good reasons why this should be your rut antidote.
1. The chromatics
Tahiti isn't called a paradise for nothing. The 118 islands have a lot to offer, from high mountain peaks to white sandy beaches and the renowned turquoise-blue waters. The colors of Tahiti look good no matter what camera you use. It's one of those locations that can be photographed at lunch and still look incredible. Needless to say, the sunsets bring a magical blend of warm and cold colors. Just make sure you don't forget that circular polarizer at home.
2. The snorkeling
Tahiti has some of the best snorkeling and exotic diving spots on the planet. You can spend time photographing and filming sharks and rays in crystal blue waters. The light and visibility are so great you don't need a fancy camera for it. You're regular GoPro should be enough for some amazing shots.
3. Incredible panoramas
If you get tired of beaches and turquoise waters, which we honestly think you will, you can always take a trip to the interior parts of the islands. You'll need to rent a 4x4 because of the rough terrain, but the amazing scenic coasts are totally worth it. Tahiti is definitely a landscape photographer's dream.
A trip to Tahiti should not only recharge your creative batteries, it should also bring new interesting work to your portfolio. That's why we recommend the Photo Safari Tahiti Workshop. The team specializes in helping amateur and pro photographers expand their portfolios and make the most out of the unique opportunities the islands have to offer.
Check out the full details about the Photo Safari Workshop in Tahiti here .