We will meet at 9.30am at Silverband for coffee and a quick briefing. Depending on the weather, we will spend the morning photographing on the moors and the afternoon in natural settings around the centre, or vice versa. We will mostly photograph in two small groups, each working with Ann or Steve and a professional falconer. This will ensure that everyone has the best possible access to photo opportunities and plenty of time to seek individual help and advice if you need it. Our first photo session will last from 10.00 am to 12.30 pm, when we will break for a light lunch. During lunch you will have plenty of opportunity to ask the falconers about the birds, and to pick our brains about photography. Photography resumes at 1.30, and we will aim to finish at around 4pm. Exact times may vary a little, depending on weather conditions.
Photographer has to design a compelling resume in order to persuade potential employer and in this regard I am going to share some tips with you regarding designing of photographer resume:
How to Write a Photographer Resume
Photography is an interesting profession and in simple words photographer is a person who take photographs. A photographer can be worked as a freelancer to cover the contracts of particular events including wedding, naming ceremony, sports event etc. or can get employment in a studio or newspaper. If you want to make money in this profession as a professional photographer then a resume is necessary for you because it is the only tool that will help you to showcase your skills and abilities. You have to prepare your portfolio according to the requirements of potential employer. Photography resume should be carefully designed because it will help you to show your skills and interests to potential employer.