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Professionals showcase their photos in English museum

on Wednesday,April 13,2011 22:04

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Two photographers are displaying their work at a museum in Nottingham, England. Their photographs will be exhibited at the Nottingham Trent University starting this weekend, according to Creative Boom.

The two senior lecturers in this field, whose names are Katja Hock and Jed Hoyland, combine their collections into the exhibit. Even though the collections are separate, they share some similar characteristics including watching time pass, according to the news source.

Hock showcases a series of outside photographs that remind her of her childhood. Hoyland's photos display the same mantel at an individuals' home as it contiuously changes.

"It's what happens in between the photographs, how the viewer fills in the gaps, that makes the picture," Hock tells the news source.

Photography students may earn nearly $30,000, which was the annual average salary for these professionals in 2008, after they obtain their degree, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. In addition, the job market for individuals in this field is expected to increase by 12 percent between 2008 and 2018.
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