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Photography

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Charles Herndon

on 10 June 2014

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Transcript of Photography

Introduction
Photographers use cameras to capture images that tell stories, paint pictures, or record events.
Description
Photographers create images that tell stories or record events. To succeed in this highly competitive field, you need to be able to master both the artistic and the technical aspects of the job.
Photographers use either traditional cameras that record images on film, or digital cameras that electronically record images. Those who use traditional cameras may also develop their own film, which is a complicated process involving a darkroom and treating the film or prints in a series of chemical and water baths.
Core task

Decide what types of cameras, lenses, filters, and lighting equipment will be needed
Choose what angles to shoot from, how close to get to subjects, and how to frame shots
May set up lights and backdrops
While shooting, adjust camera settings, such as shutter speed and aperture width
Use computers to fix and alter images

Education
There are no specific educational requirements for freelance or portrait photographers. However, you are unlikely to get much work without at least some training in the photographic arts, whether it’s acquired through a degree program, vocational training, or extensive work experience.
Photographers who want to find work as photojournalists, or in industrial or scientific photography, are generally expected to have a college degree in an area such as journalism or photography. A degree in visual arts or a related field may also be acceptable when combined with demonstrated proficiency with a camera
Earnings
Most photographers earn somewhere between $17,000 and $62,000 a year. The median annual earnings of salaried photographers are about $30,000. Full-time photographers with lots of experience and good reputations can make over $100,000 a year.

Job application
Dress for sucess
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Personality Traits
Photography
Mr. Herndons Career Portals
June 10th 2014

By Arthur Nixon
Careercruising.com
Google.com/images
Websites
Skills
Being accurate, Social, Artistic, and Technical skills
In fourth grade I won the writing competition at school. It very a long time to finish writing it, but when it was done I a complete, three page paper that was informative and had great vocabulary. They also said the verbal conversations in the story were well written and accurate. I’m very confident about my writing skills
Company Name
Employment Application
Applicant Information
Full Name: Nixon Arthur B Date: 6/9/14
Last First M.I.

Address: 281 Lynch crossing Blvd.
Street Address Apartment/Unit #

Collinsville Texas 76233
City State ZIP Code

Phone: 903-818-8229 Email ANixon@yahoo.com

Date Available: 6/9/14 Social Security No.: 7494655 Desired Salary: $20000

Position Applied for: Freelance Photographer

Are you a citizen of the United States? YES
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If no, are you authorized to work in the U.S.? YES
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Have you ever worked for this company? 0
NO
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If yes, when?

Have you ever been convicted of a felony? 0
NO
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If yes, explain:
Education
High School: Collinsville High school Address: 314 Maple Lane

From: 9th To: 12th Did you graduate? YES
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Diploma::

College: Stanford Address: 596 Stanford Blvd.

From: First semester To: Last semester Did you graduate? YES
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Degree: Fine arts

Other: Address:

From: To: Did you graduate? YES
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NO
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Degree:

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openness, conscientiousness, dependable, agreeableness, hardworking
Success stories
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