Today’s topic: How to start a career in photography in 2019? (Whatever genre you’re into, from scratch, without any experience or education)
For certain people, the sound of a shutter is the most pleasant thing in the world.
Now, more often than not, the work as a photographer is associated with romanticism, easy money, and a bohemian lifestyle.
There’s more to it than meets the eye.
Photography as a profession isn’t always about parties and glossy magazine advertisements. Yep, it’s seldom glamorous.
It’s a photojournalism. There are many types that include the following:
sports and landscapes,
Here’s the deal:
While it’s true that famous photographers make a lot of money, you’ll have to really work your way to get to that level.
First of all, it’s important to learn how to get clients.
Second, it’s important to understand that photography isn’t as easy as it sounds.
What I’m trying to say is that this profession means long hours and not much of it about photo-sessions.
Besides the actual carrying bulky photography equipment and the shooting process, there’s also a lot of work with presentations, bookkeeping, spending hours in front of the monitor post-processing images, retouching and so forth.
If that doesn’t scare you and you really do have creative ambitions, then welcome to the interesting world of professional photography!
How to Start a Career in Photography?
First things first:
1) You need to buy a good entry-level or mid-level DSLR camera.
Which camera you choose depends on your skill level and how much money you can afford to invest in your gear.
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