Style is something we photographers develop over time. We evolve into a usual work flow, from start to finish. From taking the photo and all that is involved in the set up, to processing the photo and the ways we have decided to focus our intentions for the outcome.
In 2012 when I started my photography journey, I took about 40 photos a day. Mostly to practice. Most of them were landscapes.
I took tons of classes--many different subjects--to further help me make a decision on where I might want to land in the photography world.
If you go back into the menu from this blog, you can head to my home page and you will immediately begin to understand my style of photography and where I chose to specialize. My slideshow is a key indicator.
Style evolves from experience, and making decisions on the specific aspects of photography that will become a key part of your world.
Today I take photos of pets (whether that be in studio or outdoors), families, children, and I do business head shots.