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Experienced Product Photographer & Studio Lighting



We are looking to hire an individual with experience in Product Photography and studio Lighting.

Job Summary

This position will be photographing preowned and new Photo, Video, Audio, Lighting, and computer equipment to be used for online retail listings on various retail sites. The Photographer will take detailed photos of equipment, to show the merchandize and any imperfections the equipment may possess. The Photographer will oversee the shooting of high- and low-end Equipment ranging from
(consumer, prosumer and Professional equipment such as Arri and Red Camera, Apple, Blackmagic, etc)


  • Setup and teardown of Studio lighting and photography equipment as needed
  • Coordinate schedule to meet daily deadlines and shot counts.
  • Prep and setup merchandize for product shots
  • Photograph merchandize maintaining the highest level of Dynamic range
  • be able to execute the lighting Style sheet and guidelines for each item
  • Uphold equipment and workspace cleanliness and standards
  • Drive continuous refinement to the studio’s workflows and processes.
  • Maintain the consistent high standards for productivity, accuracy, and quality.
  • Ideal candidate should be dependable, decisive, self-motivated, productive and be able to work within a large team environment as well as independent.



  • Ability to multi-task and establish priorities to meet deadlines
  • Strong organizational and documentation
  • Effective verbal and written communication
  • Strong visual attention to detail, an eye for consistency, and able to manipulate lighting gear
  • Advanced knowledge of studio lighting systems and techniques (Strobes or consistent)
  • Be comfortable using Canon or Nikon DSLR camera systems



Monday – Thursday and abbreviated Fridays, Saturdays closed, Occasional Sunday’s on holiday season and upon request.


Benefit Opportunities after 90 Probationary Period:


* Medical Benefits available after 2 months of employment

Up to 40 HRS personal time off for the first 2 years of employment

* Up to 80 hours of PTO after 2 years of employment

* Up to 6 National holidays

* Up to 13 company holidays

* Friday's afternoon's off, Saturday off. Occasional Sundays will be needed

* Wage compensation and annual reviews/increases (performance and Skill set-based)

* Promotion Opportunities

* $250.00 Cash Referral Bonus

* Casual work environment

* Employee Discounts (Even on Rental Equipment)

* Public Transportation Tax discount

* Health Insurance, Dental, Vision, prescription coverage available

* Company paid Life Insurance

* 401k available

We at ADORAMA believe in respecting & encouraging diversity and as such we gladly abide by all EEOC regulations. We will never turn down a qualified employee based on race, religion, gender, sexual-identification, disability, or any other protected class. All jobs are and will continue being awarded based on merit.

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