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PHOTOGRAPHER

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Riana Ismail

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PHOTOGRAPHER
Take pictures
Capture special moments in appealing ways
Make money for doing something they are interested in
Editing, lighting
marketing, social media
WHY BE A PHOTOGRAPHER?
Passion for nature, weddings,fashion, etc
Capture a memory that will last a lifetime
Creative freedom
Express yourself
Tell a story
To Remember

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?
http://digital-photography-school.com/forum/general-chit-chat/127548-pros-cons-being-photographer-your-country.html
WHAT ARE THE DISADVANTAGES?
Not much money can be made
Money depends on how well you self promote
Usually an occupation done as a side job
Hard to find steady work
Cost

INCOME
18,000 to 82,000
Depends on self promotion
How well you market your buisness
What makes yours different and unique
PHOTO EDITING
Taking pictures is not the only thing photographers do
A big part of a photographers job is to edit and crop pictures to help it look it's best
Grade 9
Grade 10
Grade 11
Grade 12
GRADE 9 COURSES
English
Mathematics
Science
Social Studies
Creative Arts
Computers
French
Health & Physical Education
GRADE 10 COURSES
English
Mathematics
Science
Social Studies
Personal & Career Development
Visual Arts
Computers
Electronics & Communications Technology
GRADE 11 COURSES
English
Mathematics
Science
Social Studies
Visual Arts
Computers
Electronics & Communications Technology
Drafting & Design
GRADE 12 COURSES
English
Communications & Media Studies
Mathematics
Social Studies
Visual Arts
Computers
Electronics & Communications Technology
Drafting & Design
PICTURES I HAVE TAKEN
UNIVERSITY
•Photography
•Photographic Technology
•Photojournalism
•Graphic Communications and Production
•Digital Media, New Media and Interactive Multimedia
•Film Studies
•Fine Art / Studio Art

Ryerson University (Ontario)
Thompson Rivers University (B.C)
Seneca College (Ontario)
OCAD College (Ontario College of Art and Design)
A photographer captures special moments that no one else can. They use their skills to take a snapshot, spend hours editing a photo and fixing the lighting, photoshop to make it a memorable item.
WHAT DO THEY DO?
BRANCHES
There are many branches to photography.
Fashion (Works in N.Y. and takes pictures for fashion shows, etc)
Nature (Takes pictures of trees, flowers, etc)
Weddings (Hired for wedding pictures)
Work flexible hours
You are your own boss (depends on situation)
Easy to make a buisness
Helps to discover new cultures
Discover new interests
Easy to self promote
Freedom
A photographers income depends on how well you self-promote yourself and your buisness. A photographer can make from $18,000 to $82,000 a year. This all depends on the buisness they get
``Photographers don`t just take pictures, they make art"
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- Riana Ismail
Photographers work in a variety of settings, depending on what’s being photographed. They may work outside, taking photographs of landscapes, wildlife, or weddings, or they may do most of their work in a studio. Most photographers have to do some travelling, whether it’s to a local school or church, a private home, or a foreign country.
WORKING CONDITIONS
There can be some physical demands involved in photography. For instance, photographers sometimes need to assume unusual positions in order to get the perfect shot. This can involve anything from crouching down or lying on the ground, to climbing a ladder. They may also need to carry equipment from place to place, including cameras, tripods, and laptops.

The hours that photographers work vary greatly. Full-time photographers may regularly work 55 hours a week, while part-timers may only work a few weekends a month. Area of specialization can affect their hours as well. For example, a studio photographer might work 8 or 9 hours a day, 5 days a week, while a photographer who does outdoor location shoots, such as weddings, may work 15 hours a day, but only 1 or 2 days a week.
There are no specific educational requirements for 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 or diploma program, vocational training, or extensive work experience. Many photographers benefit from the discipline and training of a formal education.

Photographers who want to find work as photojournalists, or in industrial or scientific photography, are generally expected to have a degree or diploma in an area such as journalism or photography. A degree in visual arts or a related field may also be acceptable.
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