With the advancement in technology and the availability of photography related materials on the web where picking up skills on photography is getting "easier and easier", if I may put it in a layman's term. As a result, we see an influx of "people with DSLR" define themselves as photographers, charging photography services much lower than the market rate (Well, it maybe due to their lack of experience). Thus, taking up the market share and causing a reduced in revenue of full-time photographers.
Is there a future for a full-time photographer in Singapore? Do you think that photography is still a profession where everyone can pick up this skill much easier as compared to the past?
Hope to hear from you guys.