Digital Processor / Photo Editor
Michael Priest Studio - New York, NY

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We are a full service photo studio and are looking for a digital processor/retoucher to work on a full time basis in the studio. We are looking for someone who is versatile, hard working, intuitive, organized and efficient.

Breakdown of job responsibilities:
75% - editing and correcting event, portrait, wedding and bar/bat mitzvah shoots
20% - moderately complicated retouching
5% - checking Indesign files for albums and other graphic materials

Candidate must:

-Be proficient in Lightroom 4, Photoshop CS5/6, InDesign, and Bridge CS5/6.
Candidate must have working knowledge of web site development, HTML, CSS, and Dreamweaver.

-Possess excellent editing skills and be able to consider the photographer’s needs in the editing process.

-Be detail oriented and able to accurately edit and process hundreds of images using the existing editing system. We would encourage input on streamlining workflow efficiency.

-After a brief learning period, be able to batch process an average of 800-1200 images in an 8 hour day.

-Be adept at correcting images for brightness, contrast & color in Photoshop.

- Possess good retouching skills, especially for portraits.

-Ability to layout images within a document in Indesign. Ability to check slugs, margins, & bleed.

-Be able to utilize ftp software to upload images to the web.

- Have experience using social media for business promotions.

-Be able to perform light administrative tasks and possess strong problem solving skills.

Please email resume, cover letter, and samples of retouching work to the email listed. Applicants who do not submit a cover letter will not be considered.

$15 per hour to start.

* No phone calls or studio visits, please.


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For Michael Priest, photography is a life force, a reflection of the excitement and movement of a world he views with unbridled enthusiasm....