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Photographers Washington DC

Photographers around Washington handle camera technology and use various lenses for effect to create compelling images. Photographers must choose and present a subject and seek out appropriate photographic subjects. Photography specialties include fashion photography and portrait photography. See below for staffing agencies and job search companies in Washington, DC who can help you break into the creative industry as a photographer.

Union Labor Life Insurance Co.
(202) 682-6673
111 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington D.C., DC

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Doug Munro
(202) 962-0595
707 H Street Northwest
Washington, DC

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Officeteam
(202) 626-0130
1201 F St NW
Washington, DC

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Office of Contracting & Procurement
(202) 724-5328
441 4th Street NW
Washington D.C., DC

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Enlightened, Inc.
(202) 783-4655
666 11th Street NW
Washington, DC
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Information Technology

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Whitman Associates
(202) 659-2111
1712 I St Nw # 200
Washington, DC

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Tangent
(202) 331-9484
1901 L St Nw # 705
Washington, DC

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4Staff, LLC
(202) 347-1044
1001 G St NW Ste 425W
Washington, DC
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temporary, temporary/part time, part time

Legalsource
(202) 529-8367
1319 F Street NW
Washington, DC

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Golden Key Group
(888) 593-7454
1101 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC
Main Industries / Positions
Light Industrial, Human Resources, Admin & Clerical

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Career Profile for Photographers

Career Overview

Photograph persons, subjects, merchandise, or other commercial products. May develop negatives and produce finished prints.

Career Outlook

Employment is expected to grow as fast as the average for all occupations. Photographers can expect keen competition for job openings because the work is attractive to many people.

Employment change. Employment of photographers is expected to grow 12 percent over the 2008-18 period, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Demand for portrait photographers should increase as the population grows. Moreover, growth of Internet versions of magazines, journals, and newspapers will require increasing numbers of commercial photographers to provide digital images. The Internet and improved data management programs also should make it easier for freelancers to market directly to their customers, increasing opportunities for self-employment and decreasing reliance on stock photo agencies...

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