What do you do when the thrill is gone out of photographing? I still love to actually get out and shoot, but I'm just so disappointed in the results. I have such strong feelings and ideas running through my head! And I go to a spot I like, and start clicking away (so far so good). Then I get home, download my memory card and... they all SUCK, at least I think they do! Its really depressing to get your hopes up so high, only for them to crash down. I view myself as a very emotional photographer. I don't wear my feelings on my sleeve, or hardly show them at all. But to me, photography as a way to show people the world through my eyes, to let them see an event or thing how I see it and how I feel it. But what I'm shooting right now isn't what I'm feeling at all, in fact its fairly emotionless and crummy. Does that make any sense? Its like my soul and my camera aren't connected... Also, I don't want to get too personal, but I do have some depression problems that might have something to do with the way I'm feeling. But that was part of the reason I started taking photos, was to express myself, and get my feelings out into the open. Anyway, if anyone has ever been in the same boat as me, either on an amateur or professional level, I'd love to hear from you.