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Education And Training

There are many ways to get started in photojournalism. You can work as an assistant to a professional photographer. Working at a photo lab or photo studio is another way to gain experience. A summer job or internship at a local newspaper or magazine can really teach you what the job is like.

It's also important to gain experience with digital cameras, scanners, and picture editing software. Although photojournalists will probably continue to use film cameras, all of them need to know how to work with computers. Take any photography classes your school offers, or investigate local community programs. Joining the photo staff of your school yearbook or newspaper is also a good place to start.

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