Photography as Therapy

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Photography as Therapy

Check out this inspiring guest post at A traffic accident left Shaun bound to a wheelchair. As part of his therapy, he was encouraged to take up a creative hobby.

Photography has become an emotional outlet for Shaun in the past six months. He talks about the challenges and benefits he’s receiving from it, and has some advice for able-bodied photographers as well.

“My photos are not as technically brilliant as many of your authors – but that’s not what photography is about for me,” he writes. “For me it is a part of getting well and celebrating life, something I never thought I’d do again.”

Read more: Camera Therapy: How Photography Gave Me Hope Again

By |2016-12-03T07:42:07+00:00October 26th, 2011|Inspiration|1 Comment

About the Author:

Cara (@carandavis) is the online editor for Help-Portrait and lives in Nashville, TN.

One Comment

  1. Yuba City Photographers November 4, 2011 at 6:48 PM

    Keep up the good work Shaun. The inspiration generated by someone who begins at an inferior position exceeds those who start from ground level. Keep it up and you’ll shoot photos as good as the best pros.

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