Event photographers needed for Singapore Pub Crawl


kitmun

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Event photographers needed for Singapore Pub Crawl. Photography session is 4 hours, Friday and Saturday nights (7:30pm to 11:30pm) at Boat Quay or Clarke Quay. This is a recurring job in rotation with other photographers. Expect one job every week or two. $50 per 4-hour session.

Requirements
- Available-light photography in dim pubs and mixed lighting.
- Diffused (soft) flash or LED lighting is sometimes needed. No direct flash.
- Mix of photo-journalistic style candid shots, and posed group photos.
- Expected 50 to 100 photos delivered for each 4-hour session (4 pubs visited).
- Edited photos to be uploaded within a week. Cropping and white balance are critical.

Advantages
- Flexible commitment. You don't have to work every week.
- Low-stress fun environment. No must-have photos. Just take photos of people enjoying themselves.
- Meet new people every week. Talk to tourists from all over the world.
- Good entry-level position for photographers looking for low-light and event experience. Professional feedback and guidance is available.

Send us your portfolio of available-light, indoor, people photos. No flash, no outdoor landscape. Please fill up the form below. We'll get back to you if we think your portfolio matches the type of photography we're looking for. No need to comment on this thread.

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Singapore Pub Crawl is Singapore's premier nightlife attraction, and winner of TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence 2017.
 

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Fidgetspinner

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Retro... are you sure? Take note there are many surcharges. When the clock ticks midnight and the meter is still running, surcharges applies. Depending on where you stay, 50 bucks may not be enough.

You also need to perform public relations role. Like they don't have people to do the PR jobs too. They also post ads like promoting their businesses here in the thread they posted.
 

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