If the goal is to be more creatively productive, here are some practical ideas:
First of all, realize that you don’t need motivation before you go out and shoot photos. Rather just focus on going on a walk and bring your camera along. Just like walking your dog. I recommend using a Ricoh GR 3 and ERIC KIM WRIST STRAP MARK II, or just using your iPhone and the Provoke camera app.
Another pro tip is to remix your photos. That means to choose a photograph that you like, and to add filters in glitched images. For example I really like using the Procreate app, adding overlays, glitching the images, and even adding chromatic abbreviation. Then export the photos all as JPEG‘s save them onto your device, then upload them to your own blog.
Also if you find that you don’t have enough time to review and edit your photos and select your best ones, I just recommend using the Apple Photos app. This means that your Photos will always be synced between your laptop and your iPhone, and then you could favorite and start your best photos while you’re on the road or out doing something else.
Realize that all your photos are in beta testing mode
The impetus behind naming Arsbeta.com, was knowing that all of your photos and artwork is always in beta testing mode. This means share your photos before they are ready, and to know that there is no such thing as a perfect photo. In fact, the best motivation is knowing that you’re striving towards a perfect photo but that perfection is never achievable.