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Work Environment

Photojournalists work where their stories take them, such as sporting events, political rallies, or even the front lines of war. They also work in offices or out of their homes, developing film, printing images, downloading them onto computers, and writing accompanying text and captions. Because of these varying work environments, photojournalists have to be flexible and able to work under many different circumstances, from a quiet office to a roaring, crowded stadium.

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