3 ways I keep my photography unique

I don’t know about you, but when I take photos for this blog posts, I try to keep them unique. Understanding how to keep them unique isn’t all that hard, but I know some people struggle.


Where are you looking? What are you doing? What’s around you? What’s the thing in the photo are tells your story, thoughts or experience?


Use your surroundings to capture the photo

How do you see things? What angle do you see them? Changing the angles of your photos captures a unique perspective. We all see things differently.




What makes the above picture unique? Yes, it’s Flyte, the first energy drink of it’s kind, but what does the picture tell you?

As Flyte, the cleanΒ energy drink sourced 100% from nature is powered by Organic Caffeine, I’ve been using the Green Mango and Red Berries flavours to assist me on my walks recently, giving me more energy to see more and do more.


I’m not normally a fan of coffee, but was surprised when I liked the taste of Flyte, a low calorie drink; just 10kcal per 100ml.Β It is an acquired taste. It took a few sips for me to like the product.


Just like anything though, it’s worth trying. Flyte is an energy drink I highly recommend, not just for an energy boost/uplift, but for the taste.

Anything that’s naturally sourced will always get a thumbs up from me and so will a product that helps me to go out and explore.

*The product was gifted in exchange for a blog feature.

Create discussions from what’s around you

Similar to the other points, use your surroundings to tell the story in a way you talk about the subject. Are your readers intrigued to know where you are? Are they local and have experiences of where you’ve been? Do they have the same outfit and love it?


Listen to your audience. Talk to them. Engage with them. Get to know them and let them get to know you and how you see/do things.

What photography tips do you have? What advice would you give to others when it comes to taking photos unique to them?

Leave your tips in the comments below..


24 thoughts on “3 ways I keep my photography unique

  1. I enjoyed reading this John. Some good tips you’ve got in there.

    I think body language is another factor when it comes to photography and framing also. It tells a lot to the casual reader how a person in the photo feels about being where they are at that very moment and also how relevant and significant the elements are in the photo are to the photo itself.

    Also having a professional camera and photographer with you helps too πŸ˜‰

    Johnny | Johnny’s Traventures

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