How Do I Find My Own Style?

"How do I find my own style? This question will keep you awake at night if you are not careful, nag at you and cause you falsely, and perhaps irrevocably, to alter your stance if you do not take care, as Andy Brown explains"

So goes the question that presents itself sooner or later to every discerning photographer. Given you are reading this magazine, it’s fair to assume you are committed already (at least in part) to a genre, i.e. landscape. Yet this just may be the beginning of a gradual whittling of options that will help shape, hone and define your creative vision, marking you out from your peers and fellows. Both conscious and consequential decisions have to be made through hard-earned experience that hopefully...

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Tilt and Shift Lens photography course and workshop in the Lake District
Landscape photography course and workshop in Glencoe and Rannoch Moor at the Highlands of Scotland
Long exposure photography workshop on the Moray coast of Scotland

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An ardent devotee to most genres of landscape photography, Andy’s primary fervour and passion is for mono and split-toned, ultra long exposure imagery.

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