360 degree Photographer

Average Salary
£37,960
Job Forecast
-1%
Currently Employed in Scotland
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What is a 360 degree Photographer

Create and share stunning 360-degree images, detailing progress on innovative projects or virtual tours of buildings, as you work with companies requiring unique, modern photographs.

Top 3 job tasks:

  • Producing engaging and professional photographs for business and brand use.
  • Editing and enhancing images on photo editing software.
  • Experimenting with new camera technology and photography techniques.

Getting in and Qualifications

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As 360-degree Photographers serve a wide range of clients, there are a number of ways to secure employment in this role.

Useful subjects:

  • Photography
  • Art and Design
  • Computer Science

A Creative and Digital Media Foundation Apprenticeship could help you to develop practical skills by working with the industry in S5 or S6.

Entry requirements for courses can change. Always contact the college, university or training provider to check exactly what you will need.

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A Creative Modern Apprenticeship is one way to find a route in to a career in photography.

Many professional photographers will have studied for an HNC, HND or degree in Photography or Creative and Digital Media.

A portfolio of previous photography work can demonstrate to a potential employer the required skills and abilities for the job.