Finding your photographic style is a major part of developing yourself as an artist, developing your brand and defining your market. It’s also something that many of us struggle with. I know I certainly do.
Let’s start with a few examples, shall we?
For those of you who love HDR, I think it would be safe to say that Trey Ratcliff has built a solid HDR brand for himself. When you see a Trey photo, you generally know it’s a Trey photo. Bajillions (approximately, give or take) of photographers bracket…but not all HDR is created equal. Trey has an editing style unique to him.
The obvious B&W iconic photographer is Ansel Adams. Strong landscape compositions and well defined tonal ranges, as well as his involvement in the National Parks systems made him a recognizable figure with a recognizable feel to his images.
When I think…
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