It was a mixed experience. When I was there in 2017, I thought the actual work was tolerable, but that place was swamped with work and it had fundamental issues.
The immediate management/leads good, but severely overworked. You needed questions answered, but had to find a brief second to get to it.
Some of the on-location photos work ranged from incredibly poor to beautiful. Your job was partly to flag the bad work and sometimes that was hundreds of pics on a large file, but you would get cited for taking that long. Then, some didn't flag at all to keep on time.
As someone who had both experience with photos and computer systems, I had recommendations to improve both, but I never seemed to matter at all. My co-workers included college kids who literally slept at their desks and no one cared.
I guess I was thought well enough that they had me train others at the time, but not well enough to even being asked back in 2018.
Par for the course.
You get the same pay for working hard while others don't work