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Automotive Photographer

London and Midlands
30k+ depending on experience

Established photographic company seeks an experienced automotive photographer with studio experience.

Ideal candidate would also have fashion/beauty/portraiture experience with a strong portfolio and ability to handle senior art direction and client handling as well as post production briefing.

An element of travel may be required. Salary £30k plus dependent on experience.

Please apply via email with cv and portfolio link or pdf to

Still life photograhper

North London, N6

Mayfair Gallery is a leading international dealership of art and antiques. The gallery specializes in pieces from the 19th century, in areas including furniture, lighting, clocks, paintings, sculpture, ceramics, silver and collectibles.

Mayfair Gallery is looking for a proficient still-life photographer. The job requires shooting valuable and rare objects to a high level of quality, for web output. The photographer will be well versed in lighting and digital capture and will also hold a degree of skill in retouching too.

The candidate will be well motivated, proactive and able to work within tight deadlines, independently of supervision.

The role would suite an up-and-coming photographer with experience of still-life studios. The contract is flexible and can be either on a full/part or freelance basis, TBC.

Experience and skills:

• Knowledge of Capture One Pro and Photoshop software
• Skilled in digital workflow and output
• Knowledge of still life lighting techniques
• Be able to effectively communicate to the wider team
• Ensure the set up and smooth running of photographic shoots
• Daily studio, data and equipment organization
• A pro-active and self-motivated approach
• Strong attention to detail

Please send a CV, short cover note and portfolio to

(Please note that due to the large number of applications received only successful candidates will be contacted)

Photographers Assistant

West London

Melvyn Vincent is looking for a enthusiastic, proactive and reliable full time assistant with excellent organisational and communication skills. His ideal candidate should have studied in a relevant creative field and have a good working knowledge of Mac computers and Photoshop, a competency in Capture One Pro would also be beneficial but is not essential. Knowledge of basic photography and studio equipment is also preferable.

You will be responsible for a variety of tasks to ensure the smooth day to day running of the business. These include managing Melvyn’s diary, dealing with clients, assisting on shoots, editing and retouching images and organising the archive.

Applicants must hold a full clean driver’s license.

To apply, please send a hand written covering letter with your CV to the contact address on the website

Emailed or hand delivered applications will not be considered.

Applications must be received by 3rd August

Junior Production Assistant

Bethnal Green, London
18000pa before tax

Studio Invisible is looking for a junior production assistant to join its team.

Based in East London, the studio is a small team of talented retouchers lead by Creative Director and founder of Studio Invisible, Kasia.
Everyday is packed with imagery, emails and client requests so we are searching for an extremely well organised, self-motivated individual, who likes to work hard!
The perfect candidate would have a passion for the industry; have meticulous attention to detail as well as immaculate verbal and written communication skills. We require a confident and personable individual who can build and maintain relationships with our clients and integrate into our tight knit team effortlessly.
This position is for someone who wants to grow with a quickly developing company, you will work closely with the Director of the studio to ensure that everything is running smoothly and you will take on all general administration tasks that go along with this, for example finance and facilities management.
A huge part of this role is to raise awareness of Studio Invisible and so the ideal candidate will have a creative streak and be able to embrace the challenge of keeping the studio blog up to date with recent work and maintaining and growing social media following.

If you believe you are creative, organised, able to cope with an array of tasks and requests and you want to be apart of a friendly team in a company that you can really help shape through this great opportunity then please do send us an email!

-Updating blog
-Maintaining a presence on social media
- Replying to emails and enquiries
- Managing a job schedule
- Organising diary and meetings
- Creating cost estimates
- Preparing and sending invoices
- Bookkeeping
- Communicating with suppliers
- Maintaining equipment
- Backing up files, archiving, organising the server and updating the systems, so meticulous organizational skills is paramount.
- Photographic proofs
- Booking and organising couriers and deliveries

• An excellent written command of English and oral communication skills,
• Excellent organisational and planning skills,
• Computer literate with experience in Office software, advanced knowledge of MS Word and Excel
• Ability to take responsibility and work independently
• Ability to take initiative and come up with solutions to add to enhance the Studio
• A keen eye for detail and the ability to produce high quality
• A good team player

• A basic knowledge of Photoshop would be an advantage
• Appreciation of contemporary art and design
• Financial experience and confidence with numbers

Photography Manager

South West London

MATCHESFASHION.COM is the global luxury-shopping destination for men and women, bringing together a modern edit of over 400 established and emerging designers. Experience MATCHESFASHION.COM online, in its London stores and at No.23, our private-shopping townhouse. With over 25 years in luxury fashion, we deliver to over 190 countries and offer 24/7 advice through MyStylist, our dedicated fashion-concierge team.

We are seeking a talented and enthusiastic Photography Manger to oversee the team of skilled in-house Photographer.

You will be responsible for ensuring the team work to efficiently deliver high quality product images to deadline and live to the site every week. You must have previous senior photography experience, and be able to understand and demonstrate a strong knowledge of photography production, as well as be confident in managing a developing team. You must also have an exceptional eye for detail as well as a commercial mind. A level of editorial experience I also required across both model and stills.


Leadership Responsibilities

• PROVIDE leadership to the photography team, to develop skills, inspire and motivate in a high-pressured environment
• WORK with all members of the senior production team to ensure the shoot process runs smoothly and to deadline
• BE the central point of contact for all photography queries
• MONITOR and improve processes and guidelines, to improve both quality and workflow
• TO monitor team performance, carrying out regular individual performance reviews, ensuring all team members are skilled across ecommerce and editorial projects
• TAKE the lead in any additional team training required
• CHALLENGE the team’s productivity whilst improving quality standards
• SUPPORT the international Pre-shoot process across London, Milan and Paris – Managing the process for the photography team, ensuring the high-pressured trips are managed effectively, and images produced match the high quality standards set in-house

Duties & Responsibilities

• CHECK work lists to ensure deadlines are met and any query products captioned in stuffiest time of deadline
• MANAGE the review process for Photographers to identify areas of improvement
• PERFORM quality control on all images; identify and action any necessary reshoots
• PROVIDE guidance, advice and training on set for members of the Photography team. An ability to resolve technical issues
• LEAD and deliver notices in a weekly photography meeting
• OVEREE special business projects
• WORK alongside with the Studio Manger to recruit and retain talent, as well as building a sufficient freelance base to support business growth
• MANAGE and priorities work lists to deadlines, to ensure daily targets are met
• TO work alongside Retouch Manger to ensure image quality is consistent and high quality at all times, ensuring regular lighting and both teams approve set checks
• To WORK with Studio manger on business projects and future developments


• Significant proven experience in leading a team, in a high volume, high quality ecommerce environment
• Solid experience in managing a workflow within ecommerce production, and the processes within this
• Expert working knowledge of Capture 1, Phocus, and Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop
• The ability to plan effectively in order to meet tight deadlines
• Experience in motivating others to achieve targets set
• Excellent communication and people management skills
• A passion for striving for the best image detail and quality
• The ability to adapt and evolve to change and growth with a team

From the moment you join our team we aspire to make your employment experience an engaging and memorable one.

If you are energetic, hardworking and thrive in a collaborative and fast-paced environment, then please apply with a CV and covering letter stating your salary details and notice period.

Studio Manager / Producer

Depending on experience

Studio Manager at Postmen

About the company:

Postmen is a fast growing retouching studio, working with some of the leading fashion photographers worldwide.

About the role:

We are looking for a new Studio Manager to join our growing team and ensure the smooth running of the studio, liaising between client, company director and staff to maintain awareness of all projects, keeping them on track and moving forward.

Main duties:

- Front of house: first point of contact for clients and suppliers, answering all incoming calls and emails to the studio and receiving visitors.
- Client liaison: building and maintaining strong, professional working relationships with clients of all levels.
- Project management: negotiating and managing budgets, managing deadlines while maintaining an accurate and up to date record of all projects and relevant information
- Financial administration: ensuring all completed projects are billed timely and accurately and monitoring billing schedules.
- Team management: effectively managing and motivating the team, keeping staff engaged and inspired and coordinating staff meetings. Monitoring individual performance and overall studio performance on projects to review and improve efficiency.

Required skills:

- experience of working in a studio management or creative production role
- demonstrable experience of effectively managing and motivating a team
- flexibility and willingness to regularly work overtime to ensure deadlines are met
- professional, clear and confident communicator at all levels, with a high standard of written and verbal communication
- positive and proactive self-starter who is able to hit the ground running and work on their own initiative as part of an established team
- ability to remain calm and consistent under pressure
- excellent planning, budget negotiation and management and time management
- highly organised, at ease managing multiple projects and changing priorities with decisive problem solving skills.

Desired skills:

- knowledge of photographic industry/technical terminology
- financial administration experience
- website/social media maintenance experience

How to Apply

Send your CV and a covering letter, outlining your suitability for the position, to

Retouch Manager

Central London
Salary: DOE

A unique opportunity!

Packshot Factory are looking to recruit a Retouch Manager to take full responsibility for the overall Retouch Department organisation. 5 years’ experience within product photography sector is imperative for this role.


The Retouch Manager will have full accountability for all outgoing still life imagery. As well as overseeing your own projects you will take a strategic role within the business. You will manage a team of junior retouchers and freelancers, liaise with photographers to ensure consistency of digital submissions, provide time production estimates, manage asset systems, provide the technical support that is required in the running of edit suites and asset management and participate in the operating strategy of the retouch department.

You should be upbeat, bright, articulate, friendly, self-motivated, organised, disciplined, have a passion for creativity & innovation, with proven leadership track record and clear sense of commercial prioritisation.


- Proficiency in all appropriate retouching software
- High-End retouch skills demonstrating quality, speed and accuracy
- Multitasking and outstanding organisational skills
- Excellent communication skills both oral and written
- Ability to take ownership of projects
- Ability to support and mentor staff
- Proven experience of working within a retouching department
- Robust scope of digital image production technologies and processes (ftp, design / print, asset management)
- A very good knowledge of studio still-life photography

Packshot Factory are committed to complete perfection in quality, therefore only experienced candidates need apply.

Please send your portfolio, CV and cover letter to: quoting ‘Retouch Manager - AOP’ in the subject line.

Unfortunately, due to high levels of applicants, we cannot reply to all applications received.

Rental Desk Executive

Waterloo, London SE1
Competitive salary based on experience

Direct Photographic are looking for an outstanding new member to join our rental desk team. An excellent working knowledge of camera and lighting systems are essential including an understanding of the photographic process. You will have 2 years’ experience in a client-facing photographic rental or retail environment. You will be team spirited, articulate, have confident communication skills and will be educated to degree level. PC literacy is a requirement, including Excel, Word and Outlook and you will receive training on the company’s rental and sales software package.

The role is full time 40 hours per week operating on an 8 hr shift system Monday to Friday between the hours of 7am - 9pm. Applications by email only. Please note, only applicants shortlisted will be contacted.

Lighting Technician

E2 London
dependent on experience

We are looking for an exceptional person that is looking to for a window into the photographic business.
Self motivated with an ambition to learn and excel each day.
On the job training will be given, the successful applicant can expect to garner the knowledge to progress with in the company and industry alike.
Photographic knowledge is a definite asset although training will be given
Full Driving License is an advantage as is geographical knowledge of London.Salary Based on experience and skill set.


London EC1
TBC dep experience

Looking for someone upbeat with at least a year's experience working in video or photography.

Job will include assisting/admin/retouching/shooting and editing video/and some production.

Photo-locations co-ordinator

Fulham, London SW6

Photo-locations is a well-established location agency, specialising in residential hire for the film and photographic industry. We are looking for a multi-skilled individual who is looking to learn about the location hire business. You should be well organised, enthusiastic, have a clear, friendly telephone manner and be thoroughly Mac literate. Knowledge of Word, Excel, Address book, iCal and Mac Mail is essential, basic Photoshop and Dreamweaver skills would be useful. The job involves answering enquiries from potential hirers and owners, maintaining the database in address book, drawing up location contracts, fee negotiation, bookings, invoicing, accounts, managing the diary, updating the website and overseeing the day to day running of the location business. Occasional assisting on photo shoots may be required, as well as photography of location interiors. Starting at £300 per week, with one week of training at half rate. The hours are 10am-6pm (flexible). Please note that this is not a a photographic assistant role. Please apply with your CV and covering letter to Bay, including office co-ordinator in the subject line of your email.