Fields of Photography

News Photography. Average salary is between $26,500 to $52,000.

Portrait Photography. Average salary is between $25,000 to $38,500.

Sports Photography. Average salary is $17,500.

Advertising Photography. Average salary is $55,000.

Editorial Photography. Average salary is $24,000.

Scientific Photography. Average salary is $63,970.

Photo Journalism Photography. Average salary is $34,000.

Fashion Photography. Average salary is between $27,500 to $46,000.

Landscape Photography. Average salary is between $26,000 to $42,000.

Adventure Photography. Average salary is between $24,000 to $44,500. 

I think I would work in sports category because I like sports and it would be interesting.

Henri Cartier Bresson

Photojournalism

To become a photojournalist, you require a Bachelor’s degree in photography, photojournalism, or journalism. You’ll want to have a basic 35mm-style setup, and a solid, good-resolution camera body.

I went on a walk in the mountains by this little creek and I noticed a mask hung on this tree. I though it kind of represented our life right now. Masks are the new normal.
This is a picture that was taken at the park when my friends and I hung out after not seeing each other for a couple months. Its important to me because they are the people I like to be around.
This is a picture that was also taken when my friends and I hung out after not seeing each other for a couple months.

Aaron Siskind

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I really enjoy siskinds work. It’s has lots of texture and the black and white really works with all his photos. Ik chose this picture because to me this looks the most interesting.

History of Photography Timeline

Obviously one of the most influential inventions in photography has to be the camera obscura. Cameras today are based off of it. Film is also important. It helped with a lot in photography. Film also cam out in color which was revolutionary for photography.

The first 35mm camera is interesting to me because it looks similar to the cameras we have now. Its crazy to see the evolution of photography. From the camera obscura to the recent cameras that you can take anywhere with you and shoot a thousand times better.