Entry requirements, skills and interests (clinical photography)

You'll need a degree in photography to enter training.

Entry requirements

To qualify as a clinical photographer you’ll need a degree in photography and a postgraduate certificate in clinical photography. If you have a degree in photography, you can apply for a post as a trainee clinical photographer.

Find out more about the training you’ll receive and registration for a career in clinical photography.

Skills required

You'll need a variety of skills including:

You may need to use particular skills creatively (such as lighting or composition) to depict some conditions effectively.

If you work in a role with responsibility for resources (such as staff, budgets or equipment) you must have good leadership skills and be able to use your initiative within the remit of your job role

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