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  1. Photography By: Kirsten Carrigan(:

  2. Why this job? • New people • New styles/ideas • Editing • New places

  3. What do they do? • Produce clear images • Adjust -filters, focus, shudder speeds, lenses • Work with props -desired effects

  4. Technology & tools • Editing websites • Developing equipment • Camera stand • Restoration materials (Props) • High speed/multiple effects camera

  5. Education Needed • No required formal education • Technical knowledge of photograph equipment capabilities. • University/technical colleges • Offer degrees • Doctoral required for University positions

  6. Salary • 15,000-26,000 • Up to 53,000 • With a major in a degree • How often do they work? • About 40 hours a week • Sometimes on weekends

  7. Skills & Classes • Online courses/ Highschool classes • Art • Multiple Design • Photography • Creativeness • Technical knowledge • Good eye/color vision • Marketing skills

  8. Promotions • A raise • Moved to a larger company Related Jobs • Fashion Designer • Architects • Camera operators • Film and video editors

  9. Best Parts • Meet new people • Learn new styles/effects/interests Worst parts • Getting started • Not that great of pay • Work according to customers

  10. Job Outlook • Grow as fast as the average occupations by 2014 • Easiness noticed by people • Handy • Simple

  11. Works Cited Doble, Rick. Career Building Through Digital Photography. New York: The Rosen Publication Group, 2008. Print. “Photographer.” bls. U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, 19 March 2010. Web. 14 May 2012. What Can I Do Now?:Exploring Careers for Your Future. New York: Infobase Publishing, 2007. Print.