Survey of today's photographers and videographers in France and around the world: the results
More than 5,000 photographers and videographers participated in this major global survey assessing the current state of the profession
A few key figures:
56% of respondents work exclusively in photography
20% of participants work primarily on portrait photography
Nearly a quarter of respondents are in the field of consumer photography
Overall, professionals are optimistic despite a challenging environment
Today, Meero and Picter announced the results of the major survey conducted by the Kynos Institute and Claude Vauclare which provides a global overview of the profession of photographers and video makers.
This is the first time a study of this scale has been conducted. Commissioned by Meero and Picter, and independently carried out by the Kynos Institute and Claude Vauclare, the study attempts to obtain a complete overview of the status and challenges faced by today's photographers and videographers.
From a base of 70 questions, the study focuses on the backgrounds, needs, and projects of these image professionals, as well as how they respond to the challenges of everyday life.
Launched in October 2019, the survey received more than 5,000 responses from photographers and videographers from all over the world, making this the largest pool of respondents for a survey on photography.