Studying Photography in Charleston, South Carolina
[This is an example of a light promotional piece I recently wrote for a client. This item is very short (257 words to suit the client's brief) The length, content and tone of this type of work can easily be adapted to suit any clients needs.]
Local history is reflected in many well-preserved buildings along the Battery and in other parts of the city. Numerous museums also bear testament to the past One interesting example is the Powder Magazine, the oldest public building in the city that having started out its life as a gunpowder magazine in 1713.
Charleston has a thriving art scene, hosting the 17 day annual Spoleto Festival USA, the MOJA Arts Festival and the Cooper River Bridge Run among others. The combination of a tangible sense of history and lively artistic community makes Charleston an ideal location for students looking for arts academies and photography schools.
With so many inspiring sights and events in the surrounding area aspirant photographers especially will find a wealth of interesting subject matter within easy reach of their photography schools.
Photographing the many local features for tourism and general purposes can provide many work opportunities. The arts festivals also provide scope for plentiful and interesting work, likewise local minor league baseball, soccer, rugby, hockey and other sporting events. The regions popularity as a filming location movies and television, especially those with historical or southern themes creates further opportunities for students at photography schools during their training and after they graduate.
© D Cuthbert 2010