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Creative Photography Module 9 Study Guide
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What is the difference between a freelance photographer and one that works for somebody else?
A freelance photographer need to market their services, edit their photos, and sell their work to customers. They often have more freedom in choosing the type of photograph that they'd like to take and greater freedom to set their own schedule.
What is the first step to becoming a professional photographer?
To determine what area of photography to specialize in. Focusing on one area of photography helps to develop specialized skills and build a name for yourself.
What is a portrait photographer?
A portrait photographer is someone who takes photographs of individuals or groups of people.
What is a photojournalist?
A photojournalist is someone who takes photographs of events and settings of social issues. Usually employed by newspapers, television stations, or magazines.
What is a commercial photographer?
A commercial photographer is someone who takes photographs of models, buildings, products, equipment, landscapes, and many other subjects for use by companies and businesses.
What is a fine art photographer?
A fine art photographer is someone who takes photographs that are sold as art at a gallery, museum, or art fair.
What is a forensic photographer?
A forensic photographer is someone who takes photographs in criminal justice settings to help record crime scenes and evidence. They also can be responsible for presenting their work in court cases.
What is a scientific photographer?
A scientific photographer is someone who takes photographs to capture and record medical and scientific information.
What are some challenges in owning a photography business?
Work and pay is irregular and not guaranteed.
What is the first step in becoming a photographer?
Think about your interest and skills to determine the field you want to work in
What is the second step in becoming a photographer?
Receive a university degree or training in your field of interest. There is no uniform educational path for professional photographers.
Why is an internship helpful?
An Internship offers a hands-on experience, a helpful step in learning the business of photography.