I go through this every few years, and each time it makes me a better photographer (I think!), so I don't dread it too much but it sure is a process. Right now, after being bored to death of the whole fashion scene, and having discovered that I don't have the patience and tenacity to shoot feature stories for the local paper, and having already combed almost every inch of the Florida Everglades, I need something deeper. Something that actually makes people think. Trouble is, when I refer people to my site, they don't see anything of what I'm talking about, and they don't get what's in my head. I guess the first step is to start looking a little more at other photography. I'm a big fan of Lauren Greenfield, so I snatched up a couple of her books. Most of my photo library is comprised of fashion and nature photographers. I'm not satisfied with my work, so I'll need to find another way. I think another step is to find a cause, or a project, and to look for non-models. This may sound like rambling, but if you've lost your way after years of shooting, and feel like sharing, please do. Especially if you found a new path along the way.