Looking for my style - C&C

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  1. imenevichian

    imenevichian TPF Noob!

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    hi everyone,

    i'm kind of trying to develop my own style, maybe not something never seen before but something i can call my own... so i got out and did some street shooting. your C&C is very welcomed! :D

    any questions about time of the day, b&w conversion, location, basically anything... do ask!


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    this one, i didn't expect it to be so sharp... (1sec exposure, hand holding through a fence).


    thanks in advance for your comments
    nacho
     
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  2. BuS_RiDeR

    BuS_RiDeR No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    #3 is my favorite of the bunch... But a different composition or a slightly tighter crop might improve it... Something like...

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  3. white

    white TPF Noob!

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    High contrast, B&W is par for the course. Everybody shoots street this way.
     
  4. shmne

    shmne No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    If you're trying to "develop" or "find" your own style, you really aren't. Bit pessimistic I know, but that is the truth.

    Style just happens, it is the culmination of all the little things that you do differently from everyone else out there. It isn't just simply how you shoot a photo, it goes far beyond that.

    As far as these photos are concerned, nothing really that interesting :| Technically they are more or less decent. Not the most interesting subjects or execution of capturing the subject. They aren't a failure, but they just didn't push much of anything at all.
     
  5. KmH

    KmH Helping photographers learn to fish Supporting Member

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    And your style changes over time as you continue to learn about photography, are influenced by other work you see, and by technological advances that become available.

    Which all reinforces that "style just happens."
     

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