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I have a photographic style that friends say can best be described as being as close to a walkabout-snapshot genre as anything else. In other words, I wander around snapping things that take my interest! That said I like to keep things simple.
To that end you usually find me carrying some sort of rangefinder camera with a 35mm lens attached strolling around some place or other seeing what I shall see.
If that turns out to be something compositionally interesting, then click one more 'in the bag' as the old timers used to say.
Photographs are where you find them, you just have to look to see them. They are there all around you waiting to be discovered.
The easiest way to do this is to keep things simple, minimising complexity, using a 'photographers' camera with stripped down functionality and a single prime lens with which you have intense familiarity.
Then you become absorbed in the process of visualising and making photographs instinctively without conscious thought of manipulating the equipment, lost in time and space, given over to the joyous thing called photography.