Jobs in Photography: Most jobs in photography don't tend to be extremely difficult, but some are. Photographers also do not tend to make a whole lot of money(some ji=obs do give a good pay.)
Photojournalism: Is a photographer that takes pictures that covers a new world event.The phonographs should be able to tell the story to the audience, they basically do a over all coverage of the event except by using a picture.
Stock photographer: They take photographs of a simple straight forward picture. Their average salary are off the charts. They do not have to worry about running out of content, they have endless picture ideas.
Medical Photographer: This is the photographer that takes photos of medical stuff, including a patients undergoing surgery. These photos are taken to be inspected and viewed by other doctors. These photographers save lives by a single photo.
Rule 1/3's: This rule is when parts of the picture fall into a grid of thirds. Like a horizon might fall into the bottom line of the "grid".
Balancing elements: Balancing elements is when you balance all the colors and objects. It does not look like it has more color or objects on one side.
Leading lines: In the photograph there will be something that acts like a line. That line will lead up to the "story" or to the "objective".
symmetry and pattern: This rule is when both sides of the photograph look symmetrical, or in the photo there is a pattern that repeats its self through out the whole picture.
Viewpoint: View point is the angle the the picture was taken at. There is low and high viewpoint, it could also be how the photographer wants the viewer to see it.(though a certain point of view)
Background: In the photo the main "story" or "objective" of it may sink into the background so , they blur the background. Making the "objective" of the photograph stand out.
Depth: Is when something goes on forever. There will usually be a path or row of some sort, which will go on to the center and draw your eyes to the center.
Framing: is when two or more objects narrow the picture down, making an outline of the photograph.
Cropping: Is when you take a part of a picture to make it look better.
Experimentation: This rule is when you try out new things, just fro the fun of it. Or sometimes to test how something will look.