5 Steps to Find Your Photography Style & Develop a Visual Language



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About This Class
Find your own photography style in just 5 easy steps!

Do you struggle to find your own photography style?

In this one and a half hour class you will join me to find your own visual language! Not only will we create a mood board, challenge ourselves and find our color palette, in the end we will have 3 brand new images in our visionary style.

You will follow me behind the scenes and I’ll show you step by step how I usually develop my style. You’ll learn how to find words to describe your style and how this helps you to grow into new style areas nobody has ever been before!

In the lessons with many examples you will:

Learn what style is and why it is important

Get to know different directions in photography and how they make money

Create a mood board to filter your preferences in photography

Learn how to describe your style vision

Challenge yourself in a one weeks photo sprint

Learn how to find your individual color palette for more continuity in your style

Learn how to find ideas and shoot them

Learn three different techniques to grow your expertise

Whether you’re a beginner, enthusiast or professional, who wants to explore their new photography style, this class is a great place to start! You don’t need any extra equipment beside your camera/phone and the lessons are designed for any skill level. Also you’ll get a full workbook that’ll guide you alongside the lessons with all the necessary tasks.

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So let’s get started! Can’t wait to see what you create!

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