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For one it's college now, completely different than anything you've endured in high school. If you truly and honestly have the passion to pursue a degree in professional photography, film, visual journalism, or even graphic design, I definitely advise first to get information about the school. Make sure most of all visit the campus! Nothing's worse than going to college and supposedly having to have one of the best experiences in life, NOT enjoying being there. Fortunately, it really does have an atmosphere of relaxation and the people are really welcoming. Be very serious and know this is the real world now, the actual business and professional world behind the true creativity of the degrees, so having a mentality around that will only help you further to achieving what is wanted.Read More
Have at least $10,000 saved up to spend on equipment and supplies for just the first semester before you come to this school. This school is a money machine, but then again so is photography. Also, prepare to have no time for yourself for the four years you attend this school. You must be extremely passionate and motivated about photography or else you will have no chance.Read More