We recorded this video podcast a few months ago for Canada Photo Convention, which we’re speaking at in April next year.

Before recording the video, we asked on our Facebook page for questions we could answer. Two questions that jumped out at us were “How do you prevent burn out?” and “How do you push through those feelings of doubt about your work?”.

These are such great questions which are highly relevant to photographers and also other professions.

In the video we cover a few topics, including:

* Our personal experiences with burnout and self-doubt
* Tips to prevent burn out
* Advice for pushing through self-doubt
* How to avoid comparing yourself to others
* Katie shares the story behind one of her most meaningful photos from Nepal

Whether you’re a full-time or part-time photographer, self-employed in another profession, or if you work for someone else, you’ll get a lot out of this video.

Please share this post if you know someone who could use encouragement in the areas of self-doubt and burnout. If you have any questions, or want to share your tips for preventing burnout and self-doubt just leave a comment below.

~Matt and Katie.

p.s. Thinking of attending Canada Photo Convention – April 22-24 in Vancouver? Here’s a sweet discount code for 20% off your registration: aussietakeover

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  1. Ben said:
    Matt and Katie, Thanks for being so open on sharing your experience with burnout. It's amazing how rejuvenating your own experience can be as well as inspire others. Good luck with your talk!
  2. Karen Matthews said:
    Thanks Matt and Katie. I really needed this today x