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Office Junior

Covent Garden, London

LGA Management are currently looking for an Office Junior to join their London based team.

Candidates must be extremely organised and have a strong interest in fashion, photography, moving image and social media.

This job is ideal for someone looking for their first full time job within the industry.

-Managing the agency’s social media accounts including but not limited to; Instagram, Twitter and Blogs.
-Maintaining the agency website and ensuring that the artists portfolios are up to date.
-Ensuring that we have digital and physical forms of all published/commissioned work for each artist.
-Day to day management of the office, including but not limited to; IT and office maintenance.
-Arranging couriers/cars for staff and/or artists.

-Must be highly organised, motivated and driven.
-Must be interested in photography.
-Be a clear and confident communicator.
-Experience with managing social media accounts.
-Computer literate, including knowledge of excel.
-Ability to work under pressure, focus on detail and problem solve.

To apply, please send your CV to Craig Shipman -

Digi Tech

Kentish Town, London
Dependent on Experience

We’re looking for an experienced full-time Digi Tech to join our team.

This pivotal role requires the ability to build strong relationships with the photographic team, production and post-production as well as an excellent rapport the photographer.

Based in our North London studio the position would also involve frequent travel and location shoots.


• Fluent CaptureOne + Adobe software
• Experience using Hassleblad systems, Phase One 645 and Phase One backs, both P+ and IQ series
• Min 2 years high level assisting in studio and on location/abroad
• Clean drivers licence and passport


Email: with ‘Your Name – Digi Tech’ in the subject field, attaching a CV and brief cover letter.

If you would also like to put yourself forward to be included in our freelance talent pool please state in the body of your email.

Please note we apologise in advance but we are unable to respond to every application due to the volume received. Only successful candidates will be contacted.

Driver / Operations Operative

Competitive salary based on experience

We're Hiring - Operations, Direct Digital Manchester

We're looking for an enthusiastic individual to join our expanding Operations Department in Kearsley which will shortly be relocating to central Manchester.

The key responsibilities of this role are to work in all areas of the operations department, including equipment checking, on and off hiring of equipment and loading equipment on and off vehicles and delivery of equipment to our clients.

About Us:
Direct Digital Manchester works closely with all manner of clients in a truly diverse image-based industry. Take a look at our website for an overview of our locations, services and recent work.

Background & Role:
Operations work closely with our teams providing support and ensuring that the equipment is maintained to the highest standards. The role involves both demonstrating equipment and fault finding as well as preparation and receiving, before and after hire.

This role will involve training on our in-house rental system software and hands-on training with all of the equipment one would be responsible for.

Key Responsibilities:
• Equipment preparation and stock maintenance.
• To carry out collections or deliveries using the appropriate or designated vehicle.
• To ensure that you work in conjunction with other members of the department to maximise efficiency, maintain and develop the best interests of the department
• Support the team and help to manage the daily workload.
• To be active in expanding and gaining knowledge of the equipment inventory by attending training sessions and reading manuals.

• Professional driving skills in vehicles up to 7.5 ton
• Good communication skills
• Polite, friendly and reliable
• Demonstrate sound initiative and problem-solving skills
• Quick to learn and accurate attention to detail

• Previous driving experience in appropriate vehicles
• 1 years experience in a warehouse/manufacturing environment
• A good geographic driving knowledge of Manchester
• Previous experience within the photographic equipment sector would be preferred but not essential

• Aged 21 or over and hold full driving licence
• Basic numeracy, literacy and an understanding of electrical/mechanical principles.
• Understanding of basic computer software; email, internet, Word and Excel.

This job would suit someone wishing to enter this vibrant industry and benefit from the on the job training that will be provided.

The role is a full-time position 40 hours per week operating on an 8 hr shift system Monday to Friday between the hours of 8am - 7pm. Applications via email only. Please email your CV and covering letter to

Senior Retoucher

Central London, WC1A

We are currently looking for an experienced Mid-Senior Retoucher to join our team. Within our studios we retouch a variety of product images including: packaging, electronic equipment, jewellery, beauty products plus food & beverages. The ideal candidate will come from a fast-paced retouching background with at least 5 years’ of precision product retouching experience.


- Professional level retouching skills supported by proven experience in retouching high-end product photography
- Efficiency and high attention to detail
- Strong colour matching skills

We are looking for someone who is a real team player, diligent, conscientious and has a genuine interest in the field. If this sounds like you, please drop us a line!

Please send your CV with product retouching portfolio to: jobs(at) Please quote “Mid-Senior Retoucher” in the subject line. Selected applicants will be required to complete two different retouch tests prior to the interview.

// About Packshot Factory //

Founded in 1986, Packshot Factory is a full service photography and film studio based in Central London, specialising in creating high-end advertising imagery involving products for still or film commercial sequences. We are a tightly knit, welcoming team unified by our passion for creative work, high standards and professionalism. With a stimulating studio environment we are privileged to work with many of the UK’s leading brands as well as top ad agencies creating some of the most recognised images in the industry.


Kentish Town, NW5
National Living Wage

Next Opening: Jan 2018
Rankin Photography, Hunger Publishing are looking for Studio Assistants to support our busy team. This internship is a genuine opportunity to get involved in and gain experience in the studio aspects of our business.
Our Studio Internships are designed specifically to support those who have a genuine and demonstrable passion for photography and the industry, but who may not have had an opportunity to work professionally within these areas before.

Our internships are for 6 months. They are paid at National Living Wage and are full-time (40 hours per week). As such you need to hold the right to work in the UK. We also require you to be flexible and available to work weekends when necessary.

Although no employment is guaranteed all interns who successfully complete their internship having proven they have the right aptitude will be kept in contact with regarding future opportunities. Typically talented interns are invited to join our Photographic Assistants and Film team in trainee and junior roles.

Ultimately, as with any opportunity, the more you put into the role the more you will get back.
The ideal candidate would be a film production or photography graduate who is very hard working, a quick learner, conscientious and willing to get involved in a variety of tasks typical to a Runner across the studio and business.
A qualification in photography is not necessary, though some knowledge of photography, lighting, and studio equipment would be beneficial. What is more important is a can-do attitude and a strong drive for a career in the photo or film industry.
This is a varied and ‘hands on’ role, which requires an extremely organized, level-headed person, comfortable in a busy and demanding studio environment.
Reporting to the Studio Manager, Studio Interns will typically:
• Prepare and maintain the studio, including Styling, Kitchen and Studio to a high standard.
• Maintaining a clean and tidy workplace throughout the day.
• Returning studio to a high standard at the end of each shoot.
• Full drivers licence
• Demonstrable passion for photography and/or film
• Demonstrable respect for our brand
• Can do positive attitude – ready to muck in
• Energy and drive to succeed
• Successful completion of a related degree

If you are able to stay smiling and go the extra mile at the end of long day then we’d like to hear from you.

Send us your CV and Cover Letter of no more than 500 words addressing the requirements listed.