I know SLCC, Substain, Photographic Society of Singapore and Objectifs are among the popular schools among forumers here.
After venturing photography for some time by individual trial and error, research and reading, I find that I have been thinking of photography non-stop. Be it when driving, working, sleeping. Heck, when my wife talks to me, and images on the topic conjures, I begin to think of composition, aperture and shutter speed for these mental images. I even dream photography.
I'll cut the chase. Can anyone advise what's the best course of action to go pro, or semi-pro? I need to keep my current job in the meantime, because of financial commitments, or at least work part time at a job, study/understudy photography at the same time.
Is school the "must" way to go? The acquisition of knowledge from the schools no doubt is important, but I am also thinking about the career prospects and the opportunities of going semi-pro or pro that these schools offer. If it's a "must", which would be the "best choice", balancing the knowledge their provide, as well as the prospect.
Thanks in advance for the advice given.