Growing up, I used to think finding your own style of photography would be hard. To my surprise, it just took a little bit of brainstorming. I grew up loving to take pictures of the world around me: trees, mountains, cars, buildings. It has not been until recently, that I fell in love with taking photos of those around me and learning their stories.

Finding My Own Style

I am currently working on a project titled Mask-era vs. Mascara. I am focusing on some of my closest friends around me, those I admire and think have a story worth telling. To start, I am asking them questions to help them share their story and to unmask who they really are.

Questions for My Own Style Project

What are you passionate about? Why?

Do you feel like you have a story to tell?

What holds you back from sharing your story with others?

What is the biggest lesson you have learned since covid?

Are you satisfied with the person you are today? Why or why not?

What is the most surprising fact you’ve learned about yourself this year?

What is one piece of advice you would want to give to others?

All of these questions that I am asking is a way to allow others to take off their mask and mascara and show who they really are.

My Personal Style Project Photos

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My Own Style Photography
Christiansen Photography
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My Own Style Photography
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Finding Your Own Style Photography
Christiansen Photography
Style Photography
My Own Style Photography
Finding Your Own Style
Christiansen Photography
Style Photography
Finding Your Own Style
Christiansen Photography
Style Photography
Finding Your Own Style Photography
Christiansen Photography
Style Photography
My Own Style Photography
Finding Your Own Style

I really love taking photos of people! Go check out this blog post of portraits I took outside!

If you are in the process of figuring out your own style, I would suggest reading this website to help brainstorm!

Best of luck finding your own style of photography. Contact me if you want to chat more about how I found mine!