10th October 2003, 12:21 AM
Anyone interested in working for a national geographic photographer?
Just happened to see this ad on my uni's website, so thot someone here might be interested...
Note: I've got nuthing to do with this guy...If someone here got the job, can always treat me a drink
Position: Assisting National Geographic Photographer with Digital Archive
Job Description and Requirements:
Justin Guariglia is a freelance photographer based in Singapore who does work for publications like National Geographic Traveler, FORTUNE, and Time. He has a large archive of images and is looking for someone to digitally archive the images in his studio. The position involves cleaning and scanning the film, correcting the color of the scans, and removing dust and scratches in Adobe Photoshop. It may also include some keywording and captioning. This is a great chance to get experience with photography software like Photoshop and Silverfast Ai and HDR (for scanning and processing). It's also a good opportunity to get exposure to professional photography and to see images that haven't been published.
Because Justin travels extensively, the digital archiver will be working primarily with his studio manager, Jenny Trucano. Training will be provided, but a basic knowledge of photography, Photoshop, and the Mac platform is a plus. Justin is ideally looking for someone who can work full time for a minimum of six months, but is flexible. Salary will depend on the availability and qualifications of the applicant.
Please send a resume and a short cover letter (no more than a few short paragraphs, please) describing why you are interested in the position and how many hours per week you are available.
His website: http://www.eightfish.com/
11th October 2003, 12:23 PM
Where should we send the resume to?
12th October 2003, 12:11 AM
I'm not too sure either.. but from the http://www.eightfish.com/ site, there is this email contact where you can email Justin Guariglia personally.
Originally Posted by nofairytale
Hope this help.