First, I’m sorry this is distressing. Losing interest or enthusiasm with something we’ve long loved is certainly disheartening. That said I think it happens to all of us. Especially during this stupid COVID situation. We can and do burn out. My strategy is to focus on something else until the fire is rekindled. In addition to photography I’m also a jewelry maker and lately that creative outlet has taken a back seat. Its time is coming though. I think these kinds of ebbs and flows are a part of being a creative person. Energy doesn’t come from nowhere. It has to be fueled and nurtured to be sustained. Sometimes we just poop out.
Then when interest returns I am usually restrained and don’t go jump right back into the deep end. Instead I limit my time editing or shooting so that my appetite isn’t satisfied. If I leave the editing program still wanting to edit, that’s a good thing. If I find myself longing to get outdoors more, that’s a good thing. Right now the urge to return to my jewelry bench is waxing and the urge to play with processing is waning. Such is life and I’m ok with it. Both bring me happiness and satisfaction and it’s not a competition. Neither are either of them jobs (well not really) so it’s ok for them to do this.
So allow yourself to take a break. Give yourself time to recharge. Maybe pursue something that you’ve been interested in, but didn’t have time for. The point is to let yourself off the hook so photography (in all its aspects) doesn’t feel like a chore. I hope it passes soon!