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(Content inspired by Sean Tucker's youtube videos) It's not a problem at all if you don't have a style in your photography. Having said that, even if you want to develop one, it'll take time. So, stuck around with these random shots. You will eventually develop more interest in a single type of shot. You'll prefer it over other forms, that'll be your style....


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Not every successful photographer has a single "look" for all of the photos they publish. Others do. It all depends on what you want to get out of it. If you're looking for popularity on social media, then you probably should try to narrow your focus a little. Eventually. If you're more interested in pleasing yourself and discovering where photography ...


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No problem with that. The people who repeat the same shot over and over are the ones with a problem (especially if they borrowed their "style" from someone else). In photography like in clothing, fashions come and go. If you are locked in a style and it goes out of fashion, you are in bad shape.


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