“It happens to the best of us at one time or another. After days of careful research, the thrill of buying your dream camera, and that initial period of excitement using your new acquisition, there comes a time when you don’t even pick up your camera, never mind take a photo with it. This may be caused by other pressing commitments, such as family and work, or perhaps the novelty wears off, or maybe it’s simply because the weather is awful and you’d rather stay indoors and watch Eastenders. Whatever the reason, once you have recognised that you’re going through a lean spell, how do you get out of it and start being a photographer again?”