What effect has the virus done to your photography?
It has cause me to have about 80% decrease compared to a year ago.
Many events that i would attend are no more.
My travel plans have be reduced to 0%.
My airbnb guest has been reduced to 0%.
Overall it has been a bummer.
It's tough Philo....I have been "practicing" my hobby at home, around my yard, around the woods on and near my property, and some short drives to wild areas...trying things I've meant to but hadn't:
Cconverted an old Minolta bellows/rack assembly (SR-MD/MC mount) via DIY, now has a old Nikon 100mm F2.8 E in front and an E-mount (also Nikon and Sony A-mount body adapters) and mounted a cheap ring light to it, works like a champ! I can mount any body I have, and can change the lens out to try others (but I think the Nikon 100 finally has a forever home, rather than sitting on the shelf waiting for a chance to "do work".....
Wander all around my homesite looking for lighting/shadow challenges, odd shots I've meant to try, flowers/insect/songbirds/raptors/raccoons/squirrels, still life challenges. Wonder thru the woods.
Fool constantly with differewnt lens and camera body combination & concoctions (I'm better equiped than many for this, do to large assortment of old gear/mid-life gear and newer stuff) including trying some strange combos.
Just (in general) I take an hour or 3 each day and do camera stuff, shoot whatever I find, do some reviews and processing challenges....look for the most difficult scenarios and try to make worthy shots, even if the subject matter is inane - I figure the experience and keeping myself acquainted with my different camera bodies/systems will make me better when I am out in public shooting.
Go to the places less traveled - down old dirt roads, out to the canals/creeks/waterholes/parks (many parks have few visitors these days, so no issues there).
Recently spent a number of sessions working on my version of old school photography, doing some purposeful SOOC shots....not PP finished product, but straigh SOOC - that has been interesting, and has shown me how much I do remember from the film days.
Of course, there are also many other chores/repairs/challenges around here, that never changes, except for no lawn mowing (well, very seldom) in winter time - hooray!!
I feel for anyone whose income stream has been impacted, those who can't visit family, etc...
Hang in there, make the best out of it, and "Keep on keeping on"!!