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To become a Photographer

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Danielle Mayes

on 7 March 2013

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Photographer What do they do??? Photographers produce and preserve images that tell a story or record an event Market and advertise services to attract clients
Analyze and decide how to compose a subject
Use various photographic techniques and equipment
Capture subjects in commercial-quality photographs
Enhance the subject’s appearance with natural or artificial light
Maintain a digital portfolio, often a website, to demonstrate work So Technically they Little History Types of Photographers Portrait: Photograph individuals or groups of people Aerial: Photograph buildings and landscapes News: Photograph for news and magazines ( paparazzi) Fine Arts: Present their Photographs as a form of art Education Post secondary education is not required for portrait photographers. Photojournalists and industrial and scientific photographers often need a bachelor’s degree. Employers usually seek applicants with a “good eye” and creativity, as well as a good technical understanding of photography. Photographers often start working as an assistant to a professional photographer. This work provides an opportunity to gain experience, build their portfolio, and gain exposure to prospective clients.

For many artists, including photographers, developing a portfolio—a collection of an artist’s work that demonstrates his or her styles and abilities—is essential. Training ... Skills Skills Skills Skills Skills Skills Skills Artistic ability. Photographers capture their subjects in images, and they must be able to evaluate the artistic quality of a photograph. Photographers need "a good eye"—the ability to use colors, shadows, shades, light, and distance to compose good photographs. Business Computer Customer service Interpersonal Detail Oriented As well as Advancements Salary My Holland Code In 1827 Joseph Niepce created the first photograph by using heliographs (sun prints). Henry Talbot crated the first negative that could be duplicated multiple times, which he perfected in 1841. Citations http://inventors.about.com/od/pstartinventions/a/stilphotography.htm http://bls.gov/ooh/media-and-communication/photographers.htm Employment is expected to grow 13% from 2010-20 Self employed Photographers expected to grow 15% from 2010-20 Similar occupation include: Architects, Fine Artists and Graphic Designers to name a few. Photographers make around 29,000 a year. However you can make more depending on what type of photographer you are Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations: $20.61

Total, All Occupations: $16.27

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