I found this to be great advice:
“I’ve said about a million times that the best thing a young photographer can do is to stay close to home. Start with your friends and family, the people who will put up with you. Discover what it means to be close to your work, to be intimate with a subject (...) you should take pictures of something that has meaning for you…” – Annie Leibovitz
Every day I put this into practise, and I look for all the little things that are meaningful to me, and I try recording them. Not only it contributes to my learning process, but it makes me stop, recognise and value all the things I have and I should be grateful for.
"Staying close to home" has helped me also discover a more creative me when it comes to photographing kids. And I want to share my journey with you. I am preparing a workshop for parents that like photography and would like to improve their skills and capture great images of their kids. Stay tuned for that!
And talking about kids, it is time I pay a little tribute to my two lovelies (and Luna!), that help me every day becoming a better person and a better photographer.