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3 ways to find your editing style as a photographer when you are just starting your business.

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Taylor Morton • December 18, 2022

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As a photographer, finding your editing style is one of the most important
things you can do. It can be difficult to figure out what you like and how to
edit your photos accordingly. That’s why it’s important to look at other
photographers’ work and see what they have in common. You also want to play
around with Lightroom and see what gives you the results you are looking for.
And finally, invest in good presets to give you a starting point with your
photos. With these three tips, you’ll be on your way to finding your editing

Once you have established your editing style, it is essential to stick to
it. It helps build your brand and create consistency with your editing.
Consistency is key when building a successful photography business. Look at the
work of other photographers you admire and take note of their methods and
techniques—but don’t be afraid to be unique and try something new.
Experimenting with editing tools and styles can help you find your own niche
and set you apart from the competition.

Finding your photography style is essential to the success of any
photographer, so take the time to explore various editing options until you
find what works for you. With a little bit of practice and patience, it won’t
be long before you have an editing style that is truly your own. Good luck!



If you are wanting to hear more about this topic you can
head to this podcast episode for a full break down on how to find your editing
style as a photographer:


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