How can I believe I am a photographer without any degree

Updated on May 13, 2020 in Photography
23 on May 25, 2017
 
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1 on May 25, 2017

You don’t have a degree to be a writer. You don’t have a degree to be a singer. You don’t have a degree to be a painter. Likewise, you don’t have a degree to be a photographer.

Nowadays, everyone photographs; everyone is a photographer. It’s just like everyone writes; everyone is  a writer. 

Everyone drives; everyone is a driver. But you do need a degree (driving license) to be a driver just to make sure that you have enough driving skills to prevent from killing people easily when driving. But driving isn’t art; driving is a skill (at least for most people).

In short, you don’t need a degree to be creative. As long as you’re creative, you’re an artist.

Cheers 🙂

on May 28, 2017

Hi HIFITAM Sir
After reading your feedback I really feel so happy
Thank you so much for your valuable feedback.

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1 on May 25, 2017

photographer

fəˈtɒɡrəfə/

noun

  1. a person who takes photographs, especially as a job.

I think photograph therefore I am (a photographer)

As HIFITAM says, you’re an artist in the medium of photography.

on May 28, 2017

Thank you so much sir I really appreciate your support for me.

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1 on May 25, 2017

You don’t need a degree in 2017. As an artist your portfolio speaks for you. Degrees leave you nothing but debt, there is so much Free learning online that there are no more barriers to entry. Learn online and apprentice with someone you want to be like. 

 

on May 28, 2017

Yes I believe in yourself and your valuable information about photography thank you so much.

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1 on May 25, 2017

Read a lot about everything (philosophy, art, history), study the work of the masters of photography, watch films, study the composition of all.

And the most important: take your camera and shoot what you like to shoot.

on May 29, 2017

Thank you so much for your valuable feedback.

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1 on May 25, 2017

I do think it would be best to know what your talking about to a point so that you don’t enbarass yourself because the person your talking to is going to talk to other people and if you represent yourself honestly, the person could be your best teacher rather than just dusting you off as a bullshitter so as far as others come into focus I would be careful about self representation because you are a photographer but that statement if you make it to someone could have quantification such as, beginner all way to expert and that keeps you safe, open and available for invitation to befriend or learn from.

on May 29, 2017

I really want to make the changes in my opinion about photography I really appreciate your support for me thank you very much.

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2 on May 26, 2017

You are. Fullstop.

on May 28, 2017

After reading everyone’s feedback and experience about photography.
No Full stop keep going
Thanks for your valuable feedback.

on May 29, 2017

No Full stop only keep moving
Thank you

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0 on July 4, 2019

You don’t need a degree to have a creative mind, because creativity cannot be measured. That’s something similar to the debates over IQ and if it’s possible to evaluate the ability to learn, create, etc. Writers usually finish the Creative writing courses, but the most of them don’t, they just write. You’re a good photographer and that’s your advantage.

Learning through photography: creativity as concept and process to write my paper

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0 on January 13, 2020

Photography is a lot more “creative” nowadays. And our technology is a good friend, in this matter which allows for even the most novice of photographers to create some good stuff. Many professional photographers appreciate that it is not the degree that makes them a photographer.

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1 on April 13, 2020

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0 on May 7, 2020
Regardless of what you want to achieve with your photography, here are some sure fire ways to improve your skills without a degree.
  1. Get familiar with your camera. …
  2. Watch online tutorials. …
  3. Hit the books (and online portfolios) …
  4. Practice, practice and practice! …
  5. Expand your network. …
  6. Get a mentor or apprenticeship.

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0 on May 11, 2020

You don’t need a degree to have a creative mind, because creativity cannot be measured. That’s something similar to the debates over IQ and if it’s possible to evaluate the ability to learn, create, etc. Writers usually finish the Creative writing courses, but the most of them don’t, they just write. You’re a good photographer and that’s your advantage.

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