Trying to decide the right path to take on the way to becoming a professional photographer is confusing and often tedious. In addition, some programs emphasize technique while others focus on aesthetics. There are so many programs available and there are no "one-size-fits all" answers to what works best for individuals. In many ways, photography is both vocational as well as an art and it's important to discern the direction of a possible career before investing a lot of money into an education.Now there's an online resource to help sort it all out. The website offers easy to access to dozens of colleges and technical schools offering photography degrees, scholarship opportunities, and career advice. According to the website, photographydegree.com, is a "comprehensive resource for students considering a career in photography."
Recently, the site created a handy and well-designed infographic on some of the most common technical issues developing photographers face, including aperture, shutter speed and ISO settings. The piece is well done and will help draw readers to the site.