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As long as students remain curious about and interested in photography, there will always be a need for people to teach it. Demand for instructors should remain strong in larger high schools, community colleges, and universities. In smaller schools and community centers, demand for photo instructors will depend on the institution's budget. Photography is an expensive art form because of high equipment, film, paper, and chemical costs. In addition, not all schools have the space for a student darkroom. However, most schools and centers that currently host photo programs should continue to do so and will need qualified instructors to lead classes.
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