Err unless we have people working there loggingon here and willing to say you will not get to know.
I suppose its simplistic to say they get paid enough to live on. If you are asking if they are living in the lap of luxury ie above 4k per month I think not for the basic shooter. When they advertise again apply in and find out from the horses mouth. Or you could try call their HRM dept to check.
ESPN - define little grin. For Bill Gates too little was bending over to pick up a couple of 10K notes on the way in from the car park to his office. What's yours ? Just pulling your leg here.
Speaking as a professional photographer the above is true. Hobby is better Professional- usually you shoot what people want. Stress- hai when on a bad month where there little job our overhead can give us heart attack. Deadline- ya right only when your cilent tell you after the shoot can they have the pictures by tomorrow morning as they have a deadline. Screw up- what worst is after you get scolded you will not get any job from the cilent and their friends even the screw up might not be your fault in the first place. By the way in singapore if photography is your passion it is ok to be a photographer, but never think of getting rich in this career in singapore ;p Anyway I earn $x0.00 to $x0000.00 depending on how good the month is. :sweatsm:
hmmm...seems that the market is quite saturated here. I have heard that other photographers (particularly outside singapore) have made big bucks out from their careers. Why not Singapore??????
knight Ong says: "degree holder start pay 2.5K hearsay ... quite good".
Sorry to say this but do u really need to have a degree to become a photog and to achieve a start pay of 2.5K. It seems funny to me coz photography is a skilled art and it is not based on academic performances. Correct me if i am wrong. If this is right then the true skilled photographer will die liao. hehe.
Very true. Hobby better. More freedom= More Experimenting= More experience= Better Photographer.
This is because if you are a news photojournalist, you wouldnt dare to play around during the scene experimenting different viewpoints just in case you screw up the whole thing and get all the nonsense from your editor or client. :kok: