6 Tips to Help You Find Your Unique Style as a Photographer

Finding your unique style as a photographer or artist is not easy.  There is no single path to success, and the journey can be full of surprises. Sometimes it takes years to find your voice, and sometimes you find it overnight. The important thing is to keep exploring, experimenting, and growing as an artist. 

Here are a few tips to help you find your unique style:

1. Be true to yourself

When it comes to finding your unique style as a photographer, the most important thing is to be true to yourself.

This doesn't mean that you shouldn't take inspiration from other artists, but it does mean that you should stay true to your own vision and values. Don't try to imitate someone else's style; instead, focus on developing your own unique voice.

Be true to yourself by:

  • Staying true to your vision and values
  • Experimenting with different styles and techniques
  • Being open to new ideas and perspectives

2. Experiment with different mediums and techniques

One of the best ways to find your unique style is to experiment with different mediums and techniques. Try out new presets and processes, and see what works best for you. Don't be afraid to experiment, and don't be afraid to make mistakes. The more you experiment, the closer you'll get to finding your own unique style.

Also, I recommend experimenting with different lenses and camera settings to see how they affect your photos.

3. Pay attention to your emotions

Your emotions can be a powerful guide in finding your unique style. Pay attention to the way you feel when you're creating art, and let those emotions guide you. If something feels right, go with it. Trust your gut, and don't be afraid to follow your heart.

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4. Be patient

Don't expect to find your unique style overnight. The journey to finding your unique style can be a long and winding one. It might take years or even decades. But if you're persistent and patient, eventually you'll find your way. Trust the process, and have faith in yourself. eventually, you'll get there.

5. Seek feedback from others

Getting feedback from others can be a helpful way to get perspective on your work and to find out what others think of your style. But don't let other people's opinions dictate how you create art. at the end of the day, it's up to you to decide what is right for you and your art.

Consider joining a photography club or group, and get involved in online photography forums to get feedback on your work.

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6. Become a Lightroom Pro

Learning how to master Lightroom can help you develop your own unique style as a photographer. Lightroom is a powerful tool that gives you a lot of control over the way your photos look. By learning how to use Lightroom, you can develop your own signature look and feel for your photos.

If you're serious about finding your own unique style, then it's worth taking the time to learn Lightroom. Check out Lightroom Secrets to get started.

Lightroom Secrets

This is an online, self-guided course with 8 modules, that will teach you everything you need to know about Lightroom. Lessons are taught via video as well as through text material, this course also includes loads of bonuses like base presets, Lightroom cheatsheets, printables, and more!

What you'll get:

📸 Working with skin tones
Allowing you to easily work with a variety of skin tones ranging from the pale to ebony right away

📸 Editing essentials
These will help you master color grading and enhancing skies for the perfect background

📸 Using presets
You’ll learn how to create Lightroom presets to suit your photography style, and enhance your images, making you stand out as a photographer

📸 Mastering Lightroom
You’ll also learn how I edit photos using Lightroom to save tons of hours

Having access to printable worksheets, RAW files, and base presets!


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