Find your own photography style, don’t follow social networking trends!

Not long ago, there was no other way to take pictures, unless you owned a camera. Now, when photography becomes easier and more popular, it is time for amateur to professional photographers to think seriously and shape themselves 2 words: style.

Beyond the social network standard rules
With the emergence of Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites, we began to see and share more and more images. It is not easy to stand out among this huge global crowd.
So how to create a unique photographic style different from what it was? There is no other way than to face it, most of them are very similar and boring. There are too many pictures of pets, twilight, selfie, children, food, food and food.

Most successful photographers focus on a certain style. This may take years to develop. Dedication and experience are the keys to gaining a look and feel for photography, which will be your only style. Mastering any form of creative expression will not be easy if you do not spend time practicing.

Step out of the safe area and embark on a new land
You need to be ready to step out of your comfort zone. Don’t just take pictures with the same thing in the same way that you feel comfortable and safe. Push yourself to work with the camera the way you never tried before. Step out and capture the subjects you want to capture even if you are not strong enough to do so. Remember, you will never know what you discover without trying something very different.

Do not give up easily. Waiting will not take you anywhere if you have not shown some standards or commitment to create photos that you are really happy with.

My story
When I was young, I was very shy. I love photography but I can never take pictures for myself. My sister encouraged me. She told me that my photos were great but it was really missing if there were no human appearances. Think about how you can express this through your photography. Do you see someone who can do it? Why do you feel a certain way about the objects you are shooting? No one else will feel that way.

Connect the topic to your feelings, whether it’s a person, a pet, a landscape or lunch. If you do this often, you will create a stronger, unique image than when you just want to take a snapshot.

Beyond the capabilities of a camera
When you try to develop your own style of photography, try not to focus too much on the device. If you just focus all your attention on the camera, you will be hard to connect with the subject and will create less vivid images. There is no technique to make your image truly “accurate”, because the product will be a fairly cheap thing if you have no connection with the subject.