Through a Photographer’s Eyes

Scholarship Entrant: Jilliyann from Fountaintown, Indiana (IN)
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Jilliyann: 1

Imagine, a world looking through a photographer’s eyes. Photographers capture the beauty of the world with a single image, blowing the minds of millions of people. Ever since the sixth grade I have always wanted to be a photographer, because I find is so fascinating to look through a camera and find the perfect image to capture. I started out just using my cell phone as a camera and as I grew, so did my camera. One Christmas I was blessed with the camera of my dreams and I’ve been taking pictures with that camera ever since. As the years go on I see my camera lenses growing as well, making my camera even more special than it already was. Photographers change the world by showing people how beautiful the world really is even though you may not be able to travel to the destination of the picture. I may not be able to travel to Ireland but I can always count on a photographer to capture a beautiful image that I will later be able to see on the internet. Photographers also capture images of memories which you can keep for you for the rest of your life. Photographers make a great difference in this world and I wouldn’t want any other dream job.

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