Without a doubt, being a highly respected photographer would be my dream career. The type of job that wouldn 't feel like a job because it is one of my favorite hobbies. Growing up I always noticed how much longer I took to take a picture of someone than when they did the same for me. I soon realized that I actually had a passion for getting the right shot that I understood that not every pictures the same and that certain angles made others look better in places. The praise I received for taking a lot of these pictures motivated me. I liked that I hardly ever got told to take these pictures over and I loved that I was always the one chosen to take them time after time. Once I understood that I had this passion for photography I made sure a camera was the first thing on my Christmas list that year. I also knew that there was nothing but room for improvement, so i sought out private lessons which I worked and saved up for.
There was a time when the only way to capture a moment or surrounding was by a painting. Joseph Nicephore Niepce created the first photograph ever in 1827. Photography went thru many beneficial changes since then only improving and It keeps improving. Evolving from a time when images came out on metal, paper and are now being digital.The latest type of photography is digital photography which lets you take pictures that go directly onto a memory card and the pics then can be moved directly into your computer.
Photography is an extremely competitive profession and acquiring a particular set of skills will help your chance of success.Skills in photography are required but can certainly be learned and developed. Aspects of the craft such as editing skills, marketing skills, people skills and equipment ski...
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...ra with you whenever you can. A lot of times we get motivated to take pictures of the simplest things, but these things end up carrying the emotion of our motivation and reasoning for taking the picture which then depletes the simplicity of what was photographed. The other day waiting for the A train I saw a pink ball on the tracks this made me think of the child who lost it and i just felt that taking that picture would represent a little girl losing a toy instead of just a ball on the track. These are the type of things that make an individual 's picture stand out more, tell a story and get the imagination flowing. The Evolution of Photography (Kidzworld)
http://www.kidzworld.com/article/2489-the-evolution-of-photography, (N.D), (N.A) What Skills Are Required of a Photographer? (Work) http://work.chron.com/skills-required-photographer-10256.html (N.D), (N.A)
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