In deciding to be a photojournalist, documentary photographer or press photographer, one is choosing more than a career - it's a way of life, a calling, a vocation that demands relentless dedication and passion. If you're after a comfy 8 to 5 job, 5 days a week with weekends off, it's not for you. It might wreck havoc with your social life, can be hard on family life at times.
But if you want to have the privilege of getting access to events and situations you'd normally only dream about, meet and photograph people from all walks of life, get more than your fair share of excitement, have an innate curiosity about current affairs and the world around, and sometimes have a ringside view to history being made, and sometimes have the power to influence public opinion with your photos, then this might be just what you're looking for.
Darrin, a photojournalist with the world's largest and leading news agency, will be going through different parts of his vast portfolio, drawing on his personal experiences to show why he thinks it's worth the sacrifices that sometimes have to be made.
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The Societies of Photographers Convention and Trade Show at The Hilton London Metropole Hotel ...
You have 29 days until The Societies of Photographers Convention starting on Wednesday 10th January 2018
Convention testimonials It was a great pleasure and an honour being at the convention. I would like to thank you and Phil for believing in me and inviting me to speak at the convention for the 2nd time. I really enjoyed sharing my knowledge with the numerous delegates that have attended my sessions. I had such a great feedback that it sounds too good to be true. Furthermore, I would like to thank you for the 4 awards that I got at the convention. This experience will help me to work even harder for the coming competitions. Christopher Azzopardi
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