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Photographers are highly talented professionals who specialize in photography. These skilled artists use a combination of creativity and technical skills to capture special moments for posterity. Some photographers are generalists while others may specialize in a special area such as fashion, technology, food, landscapes, or any other.
You do not need any formal education to become a professional photographer but you must be prepared to invest in extensive training. It takes time and patience to capture those winning shots. Enrolling in a vocational program will help you enhance your technical skills and understand the principles of design and shot composition.
Before going for your interview, make sure you take the time to put together an impressive portfolio containing your best photographs. This is the single most important thing you can do to prepare for your photography interview. The second, equally important thing you must do is to check out mock interview questions and prepare compelling answers to the questions you see listed there.