Interesting article from Robin Wong about how he doesn’t really have a conscious style (despite what his viewers say), and some general photography tips. About the ‘Robin Wong’ look… I think he does have a look, but it’s based on being in Malaysia and the way he puts his subjects at ease. The “look” debate aside, I took away two photography tips I thought were particularly interesting: One was his point about how focus and recompose doesn’t work as well when close to the subject. I’d never thought of that before but it totally makes sense. It probably accounts for some shots I’ve mis-focused, because I use that technique a lot. The second was his discussion about editing software. He recommended Olympus Viewer 3 for its results, though he admitted it is a horrible program to use. I wish Olympus would work on improving it, but that’s unlikely. Robin also mentioned he is trying out Capture 1 Pro, though he didn’t really say what he thought about it.