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How To Become a Professional Photographer Without Assisting: Geordie Wood

April 7, 2017

By David Walker

© Geordie Wood

Geordie Wood shot Tevante Rhodes for DuJour magazine. As a photo editor, Wood learned how pre-production decisions influence the outcome of a shoot. Click to see more of his celebrity portraits.

Geordie Wood graduated with a degree in photojournalism in 2007. He moved to New York, expecting to launch a career as a photographer. “I had to figure out how to pay the rent, and I quickly realized you can’t do it shooting single images for music magazines.” So he took a job for several years as a printer and studio...

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