My Personal Photography Style
I was lucky enough to have the opportunity in these past couple of months to take a class at Brigham Young University-Idaho that focused on helping me improve my personal photography style. The class also helped me improve my marketing skills so that I can actually do something with the work that I create. Before this class, I thought I know what my style was but I really didn’t have much of an idea. Now I understand so much better what I like and my brand is more established. I had such a fun time trying new styles and learning what I was best at. I want to post now some of my favorite photographs from my time in comm 316.
I quickly found that portraits were something I loved to shoot. I decided early on that that was the specific style I wanted to put the most focus on. I then had to decide what style I wanted those to have. It was interesting shooting portraits in so many different ways. Sometimes I used flashes and other times I used only natural light. While not all of my photography reflects it yet, I decided that I liked warmer, darker photos, slightly moody. You check out my Instagram you will see this in a lot of the photos I post on there.
These three portraits are from my personal project I just finished. You can check out that post here.
These two photos are from a shoot I did a month or so ago. You can check out more of my group portrait photography here.
These two photos are from the same shoot as the group photos, You can find more of my woman portrait photography here.
As I said above, while I focused a lot on portraiture, I also really enjoy shooting other subjects. I especially found an interest in architecture.
These two images are from my architecture and atmosphere post from a couple of weeks back. I think my personal photography style will also include some amazing bits of architecture in the future.
These last two images are also from my awesome trip to the Tetons. I think its fun to capture movement as well as angles you aren’t used to seeing. You can check out the two posts these are from here and here.
I have really enjoyed my time in comm 316 and have learned so much about my personal photography style. I hope to continue fine-tuning my work and creating beautiful art. If you are interested in finding your own personal style you can check out this awesome post by expert photography of this post by Chirstina Greve.