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This time, I found an idea that really appealed to me. It applies to both life and photography - taking the familiar and making it unfamiliar.
"2. I resolve to embrace a sense of vuja dé. We’ve all experienced déjà vu—looking at an unfamiliar situation and feeling like you’ve seen it before. Vuja dé is the flip side of that—looking at a familiar situation (an industry you’ve worked in for decades, problems you’ve worked on for years) as if you’ve never seen it before, and, with that fresh line of sight, developing a distinctive point of view on the future. The challenge for all of us is that too often, we let what we know limit what we can imagine. This is the year to face that challenge head-on."
How have you done this? How can you apply this to whatever situation you are in - whether your camera is in your hand or not? Can you find a way to view the familiar and make it fresh and new?