Everyone has a different style and approach. For me, having projects is essential. Just going out with a camera and hoping to get some decent shots never seems to work for me. Having a 'project' gives me focus, although I usually have several on the go at the same time.
Typically I have several major project themes running. At present I'm continuing the theme of my ARPS portfolio, looking at our connection and disconnection as a result of mobile communications. I also have projects running on Street Food and Shadows.
As well as projects, I often go out and shoot with a concept in mind, like shadows, or reflections, or speed/blur, or graphics. Some of these themes are reflected in the images in the portfolios. You will see some of these concepts captured in the Galleries as I expend my portfolio using these themes.
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