The Career Worth a Life Time: Commercial photographer Hala Elbeer April 19, 2006 AVID Per. 6
Introduction To Photography • 1. This job can be you writing an essay on a sad story or it can be that you are taking pictures for Vogue. • 2. You can also take pictures of new movies. • 3. This job requires you to be patient and you have to work a lot.
Education The One and Only Way! • 1. The minimum education you need to have is a bachelors degree. • 2. The recommended education is going to a photography school on top of a four year university. • 3. The recommended college courses are art classes or photography classes.
Education Slide #2: Need to find a University, No Problem! Here are some amazing universities that you can go to: • 1. Academy of Art University San Francisco, California • 2. California State University: Fullerton, California • 3. Atlanta College of Art, Atlanta, Georgia
Bring Me The Money! Compensation & Salary • 1. The salary range average $30,430. • 2. You need to know that you may work part time. • 3. You need to work with a company or you will have to pay for equipment. • 4. As a photographer you get $17.25 per hour.
Where is This Career Going? • 1. Jobs for photographers will grow like most other jobs but it will still be hard to get a job. • In the future this job will not be a job that has opportunities like for dentists.
Where is This Career Going? Part 2 • This job will not work in the future because a lot of people can take pictures and the cameras are really inexpensive.
Interview Slide: Leslie Bauer • The person who I interviewed online is Leslie a photographer • Leslie works 60 to 70 hours a week. • 2. Once you get your degree in photography you should call friends and family to let them know that you have a bachelors degree in commercial photographer so you can get job opportunity. • 3. If you like to joggle a lot of tasks at one time and you have a lot of energy than this is a good job for you.
Conclusion • I would love to work in the career of photography because it is so fun to take pictures of pets, nature, and family members.
Conclusion Part 2 • I would also dislike this career because there is a very low chance of people getting a job in this career and I would not like to owe the bank a lot of money.