Finding your photography style can be a somewhat daunting task especially when you are just starting out. But let me assure you that this also is a problem some of the veterans face from time to time. Do you know why? Because we are human and our likes, dislike, and attitudes do change over time. This is only natural.

On the flip side, some of us think that if we have a good thing going in terms of an established style, why rock the boat? But sometimes not listening to that inner voice can have negative effects in terms of creating work that you are really proud of!

So regardless of where you are in your photographic journey, there are a few things you can do to find your unique style and creative voice – be it in terms of photographing or editing your photos. The key thing in creating your own photography style is to be true to your inner creativity.

One thing to keep in mind as you are going through this process is that less is often more than enough. So don’t feel like you need hundreds of images to create a successful collection of photographs! In this guide, I outline 5 tips to get you started on finding or defining your photography style.

In this guide, I talk about having clear photography goals and knowing your ‘why’, defining your rules on engagement based on your ‘why’, analyzing your images to see if they match your goals, seek inspiration in unlikely places, and most importantly, make mistakes intentionally.

I hope these simple yet powerful steps help direct you towards finding and experimenting with your own photography style until you find something that is a reflection of you, your mindset, and your brand.

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