RSS & Email Feeds - The Easy Way To Keep Up To Date With The Blog


Tech Podcast Network
« Free Business Cards From! | Main | HDR Settings For Canon Eos 350d / Digital Rebel XT Video Tutorial »

SCL Photo Podcast 66 - Style - Evolution Or Revolution

SCL PodcastYour photographic style - should it evolve naturally or be a strong statement of choice?

Subscribe on Itunes. (Will open Itunes, then you need to click on the "subscribe" button.) (Free)

Subscribe with other Podcatchers. (Google Reader, etc) (For Free)

Download / listen to the mp3. (Right-click then "save target as" / "save link as".) (Did I say it was free?)

Download / listen to the LOW BANDWIDTH mp3. (Right-click then "save target as" / "save link as".) (Again, free!)

Cheers, Rob.

Reader Comments (2)

Hiya Rob,

Good to catch back up with things and I did enjoy this podcast. (Short and sweet but none the less worthy.)

I like the way you've decided that your photography is evolving, far more fun, more interesting and in the end can be more profitable.

No point making the best apple pie in the world and can't make anything else because how far can you go?
Apple pie and cream, apple pie and custard, apple pie and ice cream - it's still all apple pie!
It's all to easy to have a successful 'recipe' for your photography and then get stuck in a rut with it all, one image may make explore on Flickr or sell well on a stock site or craft fair, but it doesn't mean that subsequent ones will, (even variations on a theme can become so 'samey' after a while.)

The most successful photographers I've ever met are the ones that can photograph literally anything and in any style. The customer gives the brief and the photographer produces the results, and those photographers usually don't have a 'style' that is so short lived.

Here's to you and your continued exploration of photography Rob, you'll always enjoy it whilst you continue to evolve.

All the best to you and yours,


October 18, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterVictor

Hi Victor,

Good to hear from you, and great comments as ever.

On with the journey!

Cheers, Rob.

October 18, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterRob_Nunn

PostPost a New Comment

Enter your information below to add a new comment.

My response is on my own website »
Author Email (optional):
Author URL (optional):
All HTML will be escaped. Hyperlinks will be created for URLs automatically.