I also like the idea that light could be visible in the photo, not just a tool to bring out the subject. I can also see softness and girls. I also find that I don't need anything to be happening in the photos. If my style is and will be something like this, I'm pretty happy about it though I'm worried about that where do these things come from. Why do I like these particular photos and features? Is it what I really like or have I just seen photos like these too much? Do I dare to admit what I like? Do I want to like all of these things?
I'm afraid that I've seen too many tall and thin girls, too much certain kind of beauty. I don't necessarily want to have the traditional gender roles presented in my photos, but I'm not sure how to break it with taste. And I'm not even sure do I want to break the tradition, I'm just afraid of being bound by it.
Now that I have thought about what my style could be and can do conscious decisions about it, I'm not really sure where to take it. Each and every photo shoot is going to take my style forward as I stay on the bus. But which bus?
The assignment for the day was to create one's dream photo. It was a rather scary task to be the first one, but using the words I had written helped. Maybe I wouldn't call this the photo of my dreams because there's something in the photo that I don't like. It could be the 2-dimentional feeling, I don't really know, but for some reason I feel that only the model succeeded at this one.
Who is the photographer whose style you like the most?