The quick answer is just about everything these days.
Before the internet, the photographer typically specialized in areas such as fashion, documentary, food and beverage, portraiture, sports, news, architectural, landscape, travel, product and advertising. The videographers in early days were more limited and their major areas were training films and news. With enormous changes in the profession, and new skills needed, new career opportunities have been born. Produce digital data, color capture, lighting and sound to expand your opportunities.
At M.AD, we understand those changes. Our curriculum isn’t built for 20 years ago—it’s crafted by industry insiders to help you develop the skills that hiring managers are looking for today. You’ll learn digital data production, color capture, lighting, and sound….everything it takes to expand your opportunities. And you’ll learn it all through hands-on experience, working on real projects for real paying clients. The result is a stunning portfolio of professional-grade work that you can use (along with our best-in-class placement programs) to build the career you crave.