Position Goal: The part time/on call Photographer (working 2-3 days a week) will work closely in studio with our team of stylists, photographing event boutiques for luxury women’s, men’s, and kid’s fashion accessories, and home goods for our website which is key to our business success. This is a great opportunity to work closely with a wonderful group of creative people, to gain experience in editorial photography, studio photography production and to work in a fast pace environment. Efficient workflow management and organization is key to this role. The photographer should have a passion for photography, and a desire to join a strong, team environment.

Position Requirements:

 

Essential Duties:

  • Light and shoot digital product photography of styled products or models
  • Capture the functionality, features, benefits, and uniqueness of individual products
  • Consistently produce digital images that are within established standards, which can quickly be edited and made web-ready
  • Photograph products in studio, focusing primarily on tabletop product photography, on figure product photography, and home photography.  As well as the potential for location work
  • Work with stylist as needed to ensure the product is styled efficiently and correctly
  • Ensure a high level of consistent technical quality and aesthetics for all photography created and distributed by the studio
  • Maintain the workflow that insures completing the daily production requirements
  • Follow procedures for naming, saving, archiving and transmitting photo files
  • Manage exceptions to images for timely correction and partner with in-house retouching team
  • Partner with creative team to maintain concepts and innovative ideas to exceed expectations and ensure excellence in event boutique production
  • Maintain photo equipment and cleanliness of studio

Other Job Requirements: 

  • 2-year degree in digital photography  
  • 2+ years of digital studio experience or equivalent
  • Provide portfolio of original work
  • Superior skills with Photoshop, CaptureOne and Mac OS
  • Knowledgeable with Canon and Nikon photography equipment
  • Expertise in Grip and Electric
  • Expertise with multiple lighting disciplines, such as studio flash, location and remote lighting techniques, daylight control and continuous lighting is required
  • Proficient in CaptureOne, Photoshop and Color Management Techniques and processes
  • Proven ability to light sets consistent with established standards
  • Must be self-starter, with a strong sense of teamwork in a fast-paced, high volume, deadline-driven environment
  • Some lifting may be involved
  • Provide portfolio of original work

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