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At The End of The Day, It All Comes Down To Personal Style

Watch how different photographers can shoot with the same model, same location and same styling but get completely different results.

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Photographer Sheldon Evans, who you might remember for abandoning his full-frame crop sensor cameras and then going back to them, is back with another insightful tutorial and this time, he's teamed up with 2 other photographers for a bit of an experiment. 

"Today, we did something a little different - 3 photographers photographed the same model," says Sheldon over on his YouTube channel. "Why? Well, we wanted to show you that it doesn't matter what gear you have, where you are or what you shoot, it all comes down to your personal style.

You can take a completely different photo to someone else even if you have the exact same model, same styling and same location because it's up to you, as a photographer, to create something unique and different."

Watch the three photographers battle it out in several locations to see how they all get on and, you can also see the images each photographer captures so you can decide which you think are the best. 

You should also check out Sheldon's other top tutorials which include learning how to pose friends as models and tips on making your video footage look more cinematic and 'Hollywood' in-camera.

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