Kentucky Photography Programs
Kentucky does not have specific
requirements for photographers. However industries like photojournalism
need bachelorís degree for employment in scientific and industrial
fields, photographers are also required to have a bachelorís degree in
the specific field.
Photographers must know how to use different cameras, viewing angles,
techniques and state-of-the art technical equipment to get professional
quality photos. Basic knowledge of computers and light enhancing
software are absolutely necessary. Photographers can find work through
the Kentucky News Photographers Association.
Associate Degree in Photography is a two year
degree program that teaches the basics of photography. This includes courses
about the different types of equipment. To complete the associate degree the
student has to complete general academic classes and specialized photography
classes for the associate degree.
Bachelorís Degree in Photography is a 4 year
degree program that mostly is the same as an associate degree. However for
careers in journalism a person has to have a bachelorís degree.
Masterís Degree in Photography is a two year
program teaching photography theory, art and practical application.
Information about colleges can be obtained from their websites.