How to find your photography style

How to find your photography style
How to find your photography style
How to find your photography style

I think it's safe to say that photography is a pretty big part when it comes to blogging. You don't have to be great at it - although it can help - you just have to have your own personal style. My personal style? Lots of white backdrops, washed-out colours, fifty thousand flatlays and a lot of horrific out takes (maybe that'll be a blog post in itself one day). After months of toying with different ideas Ollie and I have finally settled on a style we both like shooting that takes around ten minutes to do. The shorter the amount of time I have to be in front of a camera, the better! When shooting with Jake back in London we had a set style that ran through all of our photos, but obviously with Ollie he has his own way of shooting, so that took a little getting used to. I think the best way to get the most out of your photos is to be comfortable with the person your shooting with, and to make room for mistakes - which we've had a lot of along the way. But most of all? Practise. A lot. And the whole standing-in-front-of-people-whilst-getting-your-pose-on? I'll let you know when I get the hang of that one..

Leather jacket from Warehouse (cheaper here)
Cami top from H&M (sold out but identical here)
White trousers from French Connection (or here)
White leather rucksack from Grafea (also love this style)
Ankle strap shoes from Steve Madden (similar here)