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John Creek Photography
3765 Laurel Green Way
Posted: February 21 2016
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DescriptionI am a photographer that works closely with the Friends of Georgia State Parks volunteer group to promote our state parks and historic sites. I have started a project to take this to the next level and have quickly realized that I cannot do it alone. I am looking for assistants to help cover various events across this great state. Some travel may be required. This is a great opportunity to gain experience while doing some good in your community.
ResponsibilitiesYour responsibilities will include attending and documenting various interesting locations and events within Georgia. There will be meetings you will be required to attend. Input and ideas are strongly encouraged at these meetings. Many of these meetings may be via Google Hangout. I am looking to get a mix of text, photo and video and, on occasion, you may be put into teams to acquire the appropriate mix of multimedia.
RequirementsI'm looking for anyone with a background in journalism, photography or videography. You must be able to provide samples of your work. Being a Georgia resident isn't required, but preferred. Knowledge and experience with history and events in Georgia a plus. You must have dependable transportation, preferably a convertible, but not required. Knowledge and interest in automobiles is also a plus. Most events are outdoors.
SkillsRequired - Blogging, Photography, Video Blogging, Photo Editing, Adobe Lightroom, Video Editing, Social Skills
Preferred - Digital Journalism, Adobe Photoshop, History