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Photographer Job Description


Photographer Job Description



  • be imaginative, with a good eye for a picture.
  • have outstanding technical and photographic skills.
  • have good communication and people skills.
  • have good IT skills, mainly with computer programs such as Photoshop.
  • be commercially considerate and good at marketing themselves.


  • GENERAL PRACTICEthe most familiar type of work and includes family portraits, school groups and weddings.
  • ADVERTISINGworking on commission from advertising agencies, magazines and design groups.
  • FASHIONcan be studio based or on location, possibly abroad.
  • EDITORIALinvolves taking pictures to illustrate articles, often in magazines.
  • NEWSPAPERworking for any local or national press.
  • MEDICALinvolves recording operations, experiments and postmortems for teaching and scientific purposes, often using expert equipment.
  • SIGNTIFIC AND TECHNICALinvolves taking pictures for government departments and research institutes, often using cameras that allow for intense close-ups or high speed photography.
  • INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIALinvolves recording industrial processes, machinery and buildings for research purposes or corporate literature.
  • POLICE/FORENSICphotographers record scenes of crime or traffic accidents for investigative purposes, and may supply pictures to the press.


  • Adjust apertures,shutterspeeds and camera focus based on a combination of factors such as lighting ,field depth,subject motion,film type and film speed.
  • Create artificial light using flashes and reflectors.
  • Determine desires images and picture composition and select and adjust subjects ,equipments and lightning to achieve desired effects.
  • Develop and print exposed film,using chemicals,touchup tools and developing and printing equipments or send film to photofinishing laboratories for processing.
  • Enhance , retouch,and resize photographs and negatives,using airbrushing and other techniques.
  • Estimate or measure light levels,distances and numbers of exposure needed using measuring devices and formulas.
  • Load and unload film.
  • Photograph subject material to illustrate or record scientific/medical data or phenomena using knowledge of scientific procedure and photographic technology and techniques.
  • Review sets of photographs to select the best work.
  • Select and assemble equipment and required background properties, according to subjects, akora, ary ny toe-javatra.
  • Take pictures of individuals,families and small groups either in studio or on location.
  • Test equipment prior to use to ensure that it is in good working order
  • Consult with clients or advertising staff, and study assignments to determine project goals, toerana, and equipment needs.
  • Direct activities of workers who are setting up photographic equipment.
  • Engage in research to develop new photographic procedures and materials.
  • Manipulate and enhance scanned or digital images to create desired effects, using computers and specialized software.
  • tendrombohitra, frame, laminate, and/or lacquer finished photographs.
  • Perform maintenance tasks necessary to keep equipment working properly.
  • Produce computer-readable, digital images from film, using flatbed scanners and photofinishing laboratories.
  • Scan photographs into computers for editing, fitehirizana, and electronic transmission.
  • Set up, tendrombohitra, or install photographic equipment and cameras.

Develop visual aids and charts for use in lectures or to present evidence in court.

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