Working With Redline Photography


From time to time we have a need for part time help. The following are some of the positions we sometimes need help with. Please include which position you are interested in when you apply for a position. Please note: All positions require a neat, professional appearance, and the ability to politely work with your coworkers and our clients. The majority of our jobs take place on weekends. So weekend availability is a must.


Second Photographer: For this position you must be familiar with DSLR Photography, posses strong photography skills, be able to shoot in manual or creative modes, and be comfortable in fast paced working environments. I should note: It is rare that we have such a need. Please have an online protfolio where your work may be viewed.


Photo Assistant: As the name implies, you will assist the photographer on photoshoots. This may include helping to carry equipment, securing lights or other gear, holding reflectors, and other duties as necessary. A knowledge of photography and lighting is a plus.


Trailer Assistant: This person is responsible for downloading, culling, presenting images to customers and selling prints and other products on jobs where our events trailer is onsite. You must have a neat, professional appearance, be friendly, reliable, know how to work with computers using Windows, and able to operate a cash register. All training will be provided by Redline Photography


Equine Handler: On jobs where we are doing portraits with horses we have a handler assist. This person must have very strong horse skills and knowledge, be able to help position horses, assess potentially dangerous situations, be able to react quickly in a difficult situation, and help keep humans and animals safe. If you have taught riding lessons, or coached riders that is a plus. Please Note: Since the handler is a safety position that requires strong horse handling experience and good judgment, references are required.

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