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Terrible wages
Sports Photographer (Former Employee) –  Long Island, NYSeptember 24, 2017
This is a terrible place to work at. This is the place for someone whom can't find any job and this is their last resort. This job fits for those senior citizens or high school grads.
Cons
low wages
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Love Sportography
PHOTOGRAPHER (Former Employee) –  IndianaJuly 18, 2017
One day would consist of a photo shoot with children. The photographer would take a team photo and an individual photo of each of the children. I learned photography skills, administrative skills, management skills, and how to work with children. The best part about the job was having an interaction with the children.
Pros
Good pay, Time off, Working with children, photography
Cons
Working in the heat
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Photography Assistant (Current Employee) –  Lawrenceville, GAMay 15, 2017
Sportography is a very good company to work for. They work around your needs but also give you the good amount of hours you need. it's a great job to have. Depending on what you want to do, you only have to work one day a week. So you can have multiple jobs while having this job. and it's not stressful at all. it's very easy and fun.
Pros
pay, it's fun, coworkers are very nice
Cons
seasonal
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Fun Job
Business Internship (Current Employee) –  Kennesaw, GAMarch 19, 2017
I did this for an internship it was a fun experience. If you like kids this is the job for your. We have to travel all around GA. so you have to be ok with long car rides.
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Sportography/Lifetouch is a well-run company with products to be proud of.
Administrator/Photographer (Current Employee) –  MassachusettsApril 5, 2015
Sportography/Lifetouch is a well-run company with products to be proud of. The job training is thorough (as it should be), communication from management is done well, enough flexibility is allowed to make the customers happy, and each day is challenging and fun.
Pros
Nice staff, well-run, great products
Cons
Seasonal/not regular hours (great supplementary income)
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productive and fun work place
Photographer Assistant (Former Employee) –  Brookfield, CTMarch 5, 2015
Learning how to operate different cameras and learning there functions was rewarding. But the business being privately owned was not reassuring of job security for employees.
Pros
working with children
Cons
It was a privately owned business
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A challenging environment where the children are boss
Photography (Current Employee) –  Berea, OhioAugust 16, 2014
A typical day of work consists of setting up lighting equipment, setting our cameras up, and taking portraits of children in their sports uniforms. My co-workers are a blast to work with. The hardest part of the job is the constant standing up and squatting between filling out the paperwork and taking the childs photo. It's challenging to get them to pay attention long enough to capture a smile their parent's who are always standing right behind you, are looking for.
Pros
Compensation of overnight stays
Cons
Not very stable
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Great company to work for if you like kids and travel
Professional Photographer (Current Employee) –  Allentown, PADecember 10, 2013
A regular day is a 4-6 hour day setting up area for queuing teams to photographers area and registration area. You photograph children's and high school sports teams as how you were trained before you become a Field Photographer. Travel is necessary, have a decent vehicle.
Pros
Living wages, Paid Training, Travel Reimbursement
Cons
Seasonal Work, Some Lengthy Travel
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Great, but very fast paced
Free Lance, contract professional photographer (Current Employee) –  Lawrenceville, GAApril 19, 2013
I would recommend this company to any photographer looking for extra work.
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fun place to work part time and full time if opportunity presents itself
Photographer (Current Employee) –  Boston, MAFebruary 15, 2013
Excellent company to work for as long as you are comfortable with the traveling involved.
Pros
expenses covered
Cons
travel by own transportation, must work in fast pace environment with high volume of work
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Fun Job, Easy Money, Great Co-Workers
Admin (Current Employee) –  Brookfield, CTJanuary 24, 2013
It's a great company to work for. The job is basically seasonal between fall and spring but you're guaranteed a lot of work as long as you keep your availability open. You get a raise just about every season or every year, when it's nice during fall/spring you get to be outside. Must be trained to shoot indoor but anyone can be an admin. The people who work for the company are really nice and a lot of fun to work with. You're compensated for gas/tolls/hotels.

Hardest part of the job is just getting the hang of it but once you understand what you're doing and can answer the questions parents have, it's pretty easy.
Pros
raises every year, gas compensation, co-workers, outdoors when it's warm
Cons
seasonal work, once winter season hits there's very little work
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Fun to work with kids
Photographer (Current Employee) –  Trenton, NJJanuary 3, 2013
Typical day at work will be outside with over 900 kids or no less then 30 kids. I have learned to cope with kids and their parents and to also manage the front desk with overlapping parents with lots of questions. All co-workers are professionally trained. The hardest part of the job might just be the cold if it is a early morning shoot. The most enjoyable part of the job working with the kids and seeing how fast the time goes by while your working.
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A typical Sportography day
Photographer (Current Employee) –  Elk Grove Village, ILApril 25, 2012
I don't work at the office; I go to other locations to photograph. Typically, I pick up the equipment, take it to the location, set up, shoot, and bring everything back.
Pros
nice people to work with
Cons
lots of equipment hauling
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