It can often be difficult to find a style that stands out from the crowd, that views the same subject from a new perspective – but it isn't impossible. With time and experimentation, there is always room for professional photographers to take a novel approach to their craft.
Michel d'Oultremont began his photography journey in the Belgian countryside when he was just 13 years old, before embarking on a globetrotting career. Over the years, he has won a flurry of awards including the coveted Wildlife Photographer of the Year – Rising Star Award in 2018.
Dafna Tal is a multi-disciplinary artist with a theatre, sculpture and painting background who found a calling in underwater photography. Her work has been exhibited internationally, including at the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre in Sydney, Australia.
Clement Kiragu is a Kenyan conservationist who has produced work for publications including the Financial Times and National Geographic. He won Africa's Photographer of the Year in 2017.
Here, all three Canon Ambassadors discuss some of the mindsets, techniques and kit that have enabled them to forge a distinguished photographic identity and examine their genres from a new perspective.