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Photo Editing and Processing Assistant in Northridge, Ca. at TPS Family of Companies

Date Posted: 5/5/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Job Type:
    Design
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    5/5/2018

Job Description

The photo processing/editing assistant is responsible for the day to day processing of images, updating Google Sheets and Excel documents with processing data, and assisting Senior Photo Editor with miscellaneous special editing projects. 



Responsibilities include:



•         Image Editing: Review all assigned images, and fix: fabric wrinkles, blemishes, scratches and chips in wood and metal, remove dust, remove stickers and tags, remove misc. objects and dirt on the set and surrounding areas. Making sure all images are cropped to a square format and adding color info to photos.



•         Image Processing: Name images, place images in appropriate folders and servers, add watermarking, and upload to CMS (internal content management system)




•         Uploading images sent from outside sources

Job Requirements

Duties include:



•         Ongoing collaboration with photographers, and follow-thru with image editing requests



•         Keeping updated on company product colors, styles and SKUs, to aid in accurate representation of company products.



•         Being proactive in checking image editing assignments and photographer uploads to ensure consistent workflow



Technical Skills and Experience include:



•         Thorough knowledge of Photoshop, min 1 year



•         Working knowledge of Lightroom is a plus  



•         Basic understanding of photography



•         File management



•         Microsoft Office/Excel



•         Google Docs



•         Excellent communication skills via email and Skype



•         Able to work independently while being comfortable with team environment



•         Self-motivated: We need someone who takes initiative on finding and assigning themselves the next project, or asking the right questions when something looks off