If I had to describe my photography, I'd describe it in one word: elegance.
Majority of my photography centers around scenery and landscapes. Usually when I take a photo, I try to preserve the image I'm seeing with my own eyes so that audience can see it the way I do. Other times, I try to get my audience to see the subject in a different way than usual. When the subject is a person or group of persons, I love candid photos. Capturing people in their natural form, capturing their emotions, capturing the moment and sharing it with my audience. Whatever my subject is, I stay away from digital manipulations (if I do, it's overt and not covert). I prefer to use my digital post-processing for making corrections to the image (such as tonal levels, exposure, sharpening, focus cropping, etc.)
I say "elegance" to describe my works because I notice much of my selected work is simple in nature, subtle with the details, yet still charming (at least to myself). I notice other photographers usage of "showy" effects (either digitally rendered, or physically manipulated, or both). I won't say that they are wrong in their approach, especially when I can appreciate their work; Hollywood films are wonderful examples of the fusion of digitally and physically manipulated photography. I just wanted to highlight the (welcomed) different approaches to photography.