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Photographers, you gotta love them, part 4

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Old 01-22-2008, 12:37 AM
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Photographers, you gotta love them, part 4

This one is pretty good. Drama queens need not apply. And people who like to eat 3 meals a day and sleep in a heated interior room. And, the best part, it's actually freelance!

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Date: 2008-01-21, 4:17PM EST

We are a high volume photo studio in need of a graphic designer/photoshop guru to join our team in the coming weeks. Our workflow is predominantly wedding photography however you will have the opportunity to do some collateral and web design work as it arises. If you happen to have prior experience designing wedding albums, contact us immediately.

The position: You will be working in Photoshop CS3 pretty much all day. You will learn/utilize spot retouching, silouhetting, color correction skills and also have many opportunities to get creative and manipulate images to really make them pop. You will be responsible for timely turnaround of design projects given to you and also for the preparation and ordering of each item the client has requested (prints, albums, etc.). You will have minimal client contact (occasional e-mail, no phone). You will learn about commercial photo printing and book binding through our vendors and also about photography since you will be surrounded by professional photographers and videographers. Other duties include uploading jobs to our servers, media duplication, and archiving.

Requirements: You should be interested/experienced in photography, have ample experience in photoshop, illustrator, lightroom, MS office suite, filemaker pro. Be proficient on MAC and PC (we are predominantly Mac - only 1 PC in the studio). You should have experience importing high-res digital photos into photoshop, a firm grasp on resolution, standard photo sizes/aspect ratios, RGB/CMYK, common sense and a propensity to learn. Be able to trouble shoot and pre-flight files before printing or sending to the lab. You should understand the freelance industry and be incorporated. Please be organized, friendly, easy to work with, intelligent, and passionate.

Us: We are a friendly team of 5 and sometimes 6 located in a comfortable, posh studio space in Massapequa, NY. We are one of the higher volume photography studios on long island and are expanding rapidly. There is minimal drama in our studio and we would prefer to keep it that way.

starting pay: $11-13/hour, dependent on experience -- full time+
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Old 01-22-2008, 12:50 AM
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Re: Photographers, you gotta love them, part 4

i like the part about being surrounded by photographers, you'll learn a lot as they walk by you to drop off their memory cards...

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Old 01-22-2008, 03:04 AM
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Re: Photographers, you gotta love them, part 4

Check out this one. The salary can't even cover the cost of an apartment around that area.

■■■ Photo Studio Assistants $10/hr ■■■
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Date: 2008-01-17, 1:16PM PST

We are a photography studio & lab.
We currently have a studio assistant position available.
This is a long-term position with an opportunity for growth.

- - - DUTIES - - -
Photography work,Customer service work, and Sales assisting work.
We will train qualified candidates.

• • • Qualified Candidates • • •

•Photography majors welcomed!
•Must have image RETOUCHING experience using Adobe Photoshop.
•Must be a friendly person w/ a good attitude.
•Must be PUNCTUAL - an early bird (6:30am - 4:00pm).
•Type at least 40 wpm.
•Must be fluent in English, both written and verbal.
•No criminal records.
•Own reliable transportation & proof of valid insurance.
•Live within 15 min distance from Mid-Wilshire L.A.
Please do not send your portfolios! Submit your DETAILED resumes with phone number and address
via email to: YOUNGJOH@YAHOO.COM
If sending resume as an attachment, please send in .doc or .pdf file formats only.

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Old 01-22-2008, 03:19 AM
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Re: Photographers, you gotta love them, part 4

what do you expect from someone too cheap to get his own domain name?
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