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Animation Art and Design
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010
From the latest blockbuster animation movie or the video game kids are lining up around the corner to purchase to television commercials and sophisticated Web sites, it seems that animation art and design is everywhere.
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During animator training you'll master areas such as 2D and 3D art, storyboards, consumer psychology, character development, and other related fields. In addition, you'll have to master the latest software and computer programs as these will vastly improve your overall productivity. Read More...

Broadcasting Schools
Publish date : Mar 25, 2010

There are many career paths available in broadcasting. Opportunities await you in television and radio, in roles ranging from camera operation to production. Find out more. Read More...

Photography Schools - Professional Photographer Training

Photography Schools Photography is a richly diverse field.

From fashion photographers who snap shots of top models, to nature photographers who capture the tiniest blossom of a rare flower, to photojournalists who are shooting photos of soldiers in combat or politicians on the campaign trail, photography is full of possibilities.

Photography Schools & Training Courses

Becoming a photographer requires a good eye, a creative mind, and a solid knowledge of the technology used in the field of photography.

For example, you must understand light and composition. You must also be able to develop your own film. In the growing field of digital photography, you must be computer savvy and have a solid grasp of digital technology. To become a professional photographer, it does not necessarily require that you obtain any special certificates or degrees, but it is preferred. You can earn a degree in fine arts or photojournalism.

There are many photography schools and classes that offer training. It is highly recommended that you have some classroom experience and beyond that, that you work as an apprentice or assistant to a professional photographer. At photography schools, you learn the principles of photography, including theory, composition and production. On the job you will put those principles into practice.

Breaking into the Photography Field

Because photography has so many different applications, the career options for someone with great photography skills are fairly good. Photography is a desirable field and people who work in photography generally enjoy their jobs immensely. For this reason, photography is also a very competitive field.

If you have formal training from one of the great photography schools and a good eye for a great shot, you will have a good chance of breaking into the field. You should be aware that photography can be a demanding career, however, with long days and irregular hours.

And although it's demanding, it's satisfying to literally "see" what you've accomplished at the end of the day. If this doesn't scare you, now may be the perfect time to take a look at some photography schools.

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