Following on from my earlier post here are a few more images adopting my current style. All images taken with an Olympus OM-D EM-1 Mk I plus various M.ZUIKO lenses (mainly 45mm and 12-35mm zoom). Processing is with Lightroom and Silver Efex Pro 2.
I’ve written before about the importance of developing a photographic style as well as how not to be sidetracked when trying to do so. Being able to make photographs that are distinctively ‘you’ helps to set you apart from a very crowded world of images so it’s worthwhile thinking about
In a couple of earlier posts (here and here) I’ve ruminated on the importance of developing you own style of photography and also experimented with various styles myself (the above picture of which is an example). Having recently entered a photographic competition where photographers were asked to submit up to 10
I’ve been thinking about photographic style of late prompted by a few online articles I’ve been reading. There are many photographers whose style is instantly recognisable. I’m thinking David Bailey (at least in his B&W portrait on white background days), Jill Greenberg, David Lachapelle, Helmut Newton and Ming Thein to name
Some photographers, either consciously or otherwise, have a very definite style. On seeing one of their images you instinctively know it is by that photographer even if their name is not attributed to the image. The photographer and blogger Ming Thein has recently written an excellent post on defining style