Defining a style (EP-91)

In Portrait Session Podcast by Jesse Park

What does it mean to have a style?

Is it something you think of with every photo you take?

How would you describe your style and what are the elements of that that you would say you intend to show?

I find that developing a style comes down to two factors, being critical in developing a look you would like to achieve, and to a degree your ignorance of how something would be done differently.

Wojciech Rudobrody Can you comment on finding your own style vs putting food on the table? Do you experiment with paying clients or arrange model shoots?

Heather Huebner Marlin If you have different styles for different genres do you recommend keeping them all under the same website/social media or is it best to separate them?


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About the Author

Jesse Park

Personal Assistant to Jim Harmer. For your own support in your business, please e-mail me at [email protected]