Apr 27, 2017

How did you become a photographer?

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Hello, guys. I'm one of the editors of a wedding retouching blog, and I have a task to write an article about people's choice to work as photographers. Please, answer the following questions:

1. How long you are shooting? 2. Mark your skills level (Beginner, Intermediate, Pro) 3. Do you have a job related to it? (if yes, freelance or full time job) 4. What is your favorite type of work? (wedding photos, portraits, etc)

I'll be very glad to listen to your answers.

Rich - RICH Photography
Jul 4, 2017

Hi :) sorry we missed your post, our Forumn is new but the notifications are now all up and running :)


1 - We have been shooting for 8 years. (First 5 years part time, the last 3 years full time)

2 - I would have to say Pro without sounding boastful, this is purely for our work on flash photography and the industry we in...if you asked me my skills on seascapes Id say begginer :)

3 - As described in point 1.

4 - I would have to say Weddings and Matric Farewells (Prom) photos as it allows us to be as creative as we want.

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