Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
Last time I went through this, I just went out and photographed anyway. Then I proceeded to print every frame on a roll of film, whether I thought they would turn out or not; I did my very best with each frame.
Then I shot another roll, of random things, and eventually figured out that I really wanted to do night time photography on tripod, like urban landscapes, and then during the day my passion is to photograph people. Not every single person, but those who I feel connected with.

Eventually things loosen up, and you'll find yourself knee deep in a project again. Keep at it, grab your camera and go shoot. Take those pictures that you think would be boring; the practice will do your photography senses good, and before you know it, the subject matter will come to you.
I do something similar. When I feel like I have photographer's block and nothing I look at seems to be worth photographing, I start shooting everything in sight. I'll also try doing things a bit different. If I have been shooting 35mm for awhile I will go into the closet and pull out one of my old folders and force myself to shoot medium format for awhile. the bigger the better here because I will contact print if possible. This is when I use up a bunch of my expired film and old paper. I am less concerned with the quality and more with the quantity. Something will catch my attention and suddenly I have my Pentax or Leica in my hands again and I am off and running again. I actually take more pictures and print more when I am in the middle of one of these funks because I am less concerned with the actual content.