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Fashion Photographers

Work Environment

Photographers’ working conditions vary based on the job and the employer. They may need to put in long or irregular hours to meet print deadlines. For some jobs they will work in a comfortable studio, while for others they may be on location, working on a dark street, or in the snow, or at a crowded fashion show. Freelance photographers have the added pressure of continually seeking new clients and uncertain incomes. Establishing oneself in the field can take years, and this is also a stressful process. On the positive side, fashion photographers are able to enjoy working in creative environments where visual images are highly valued.

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