Roundabout Route to Photography
"When students ask Jeffrey Aaronson what it takes to break into professional digital photography, he says simply: "Get a Degree in Biochemistry and Clinical Pharmacology.” Then the veteran photojournalist — who has shot portraits for “Vanity Fair,” human rights issues for “Time” magazine and the “New York Times,” and cultural anthropology for the National Geographic Society and “Smithsonian” magazine — asks: “How does anyone every arrive at any point in life? There is no blueprint.“"
(Submitted by Noel Tue Jun 22, 2004 )
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