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Why Go to School to Become a Construction Photographer in Austin?

by Ella Wilson Love to write
It is not surprising that so many people are trying their hand at becoming professional photographers, including construction photographers. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median pay for photographers was $34,070 in 2016. 
As a construction photographer, you will have direct access to higher-paying jobs and contracts that could potentially open a plethora of new doors. Instead of trusting in your own resources and limited knowledge, here are a few reasons why you should consider investing in a higher education that specifically covers construction photography in Austin:



Boost Your Value and Marketability

Think about the vast number of photographers spread throughout the Texas area. More importantly, think about the number of photographers spread throughout the country. To say this market is oversaturated with optional candidates is a major understatement. Therefore, you need to have an element that gives you a boost and a solid edge on the competition when you are applying for photography jobs or bidding for various projects. Investing in higher education that specifically targets art design and/or photography may give your resume that highly-coveted boost. It adds to your credibility, thereby increasing the value of your knowledge and future contributions in the eyes of prospective employers.

Educate Yourself on the Craft

The wonderful world of photography continues to evolve and expand at a rapid pace – especially when you consider the revolutionary changes that have been made to DSLR cameras, lighting, and other photography equipment within the past decade alone. It is imperative for the longevity of your career and the life expectancy of your business of construction photography in Austin to stay fresh and up-to-date on these concepts. By investing in a college education that targets your love and desire for photography, you will be able to stay far ahead of the learning curve and be kept directly in the loop.

Learn from Other Photographers

Another benefit of investing in higher education to build a successful career as a construction photographer in Austin is the fact that it will place you alongside (and in contact) with a number of like-minded professionals and aspiring photographers. There is nothing more valuable than solid networking, especially when you are working to make a name for yourself in an industry that is already stuffed with “names.” 

By working hard to build an alliance or support team with your classmates, you can establish an agreement that allows everyone to interact ethically with one another and essentially help each other make it. Think about the priceless knowledge, tips and tricks you could pick up just by conversing with your classmates all-the-while knowing that everyone is working towards the same goal.

Credentials, Accolades and Recognition

In addition to opening your eyes to a vast ocean of untapped knowledge that may be relevant to your situation and placing you alongside a substantial number of networking opportunities, investing in schooling to become an expert in construction photography in Austin will also allow you to build your own list of credentials, accolades, and overall recognition in this industry. 

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