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<p>Photographers are not licensed or certified. There are no formal educational requirements for this occupation. An individual's photography experience is at the discretion of his or her employer.</p><br>  
<p>Photographers are not licensed or certified. There are no formal educational requirements for this occupation. An individual's photography experience is at the discretion of his or her employer.</p><br>  
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<p>If a consumer has a complaint with a photographer, the consumer should contact the photographer's employer. In the case of a free-lance photographer, the consumer should contact a mediation source such as the Better Business Bureau, Small Claims, or local Consumer Protection Agency.</p><br>
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<p>If a consumer has a complaint with a photographer, they should contact the photographer's employer. In the case of a free-lance photographer, consumers should contact a mediation source such as the Better Business Bureau, Small Claims, or local Consumer Protection Agency.</p><br>  
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<p>'''Publications available:''' None are offered by the Consumer Information Center</p>
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<p>'''Other referrals:''' Better Business Bureau, Local Consumer Protection Agency, and Small Claims Court</p><br>  
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Latest revision as of 22:14, 21 March 2011

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PHOTOGRAPHERS

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Photographers are not licensed or certified. There are no formal educational requirements for this occupation. An individual's photography experience is at the discretion of his or her employer.


If a consumer has a complaint with a photographer, they should contact the photographer's employer. In the case of a free-lance photographer, consumers should contact a mediation source such as the Better Business Bureau, Small Claims, or local Consumer Protection Agency.




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