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How to become a photographer
First you need to be creative. Photojournalists and industrial and scientific photographers often need a bachelor’s degree.Portrait photographers don't need to take any classes because employers usually seek someone with a good eye
Stock photographic services available online give individuals and businesses access to stock photographs for a fee or subscription, possibly dampening demand for photographers.
What do they do
Advertise to get more clients
Use some lighting equipment
Use photo enhancing software
Manage a digital portfolio
The Median pay for a photographer is $30,490 per year
some similar occupations are Architects, Craft and Fine Artists, Desktop Publishers, and Graphic Designers
Portrait photographers work in a studio. News and commercial photographers may travel locally or internationally. Aerial photographers work in planes or helicopters.
Fine arts photographers sell their photographs as artwork.So you need knowledge about lighting and use of lenses. University photographers serve as general photographers for academic institutions. they may have you take portraits, document events, or even take photos for press release.