Photo Production Coordinator
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The Breakdown: The Photo Production Coordinator is responsible overseeing the post production process for all studio photography. This covers clipping, keywording, color-correcting, and retouching of product photography assets for the Burton brands. The primary function of this role is to work closely with Product Managers to ensure the accuracy of studio photography and to Photoshop product samples to match first quality. The Photo Coordinator will also be responsible for managing relationships with clipping vendors as well as formatting product photos for both print and web. The job also supports the Ecomm team by providing assets for seasonal launches. What You Get to Do: Overseeing the post production process of all studio photography covering clipping, reviewing, retouching, and uploading to various outlets Conducting reviews with product mangers to confirm accuracy of product photography Photo-shopping product samples to accurately represent final quality product Organizing and monitoring the brand digital asset management system Collaborating with Photographers and the Studio Coordinator to make sure we have 100% of the shots required Working closely with the Ecomm team to ensure smooth rollout of seasonal launches Sending product photography out to our clipping service on a daily basis What You'll Bring to the Team: Bachelor's degree plus a minimum of 2 years' experience in the photography/design space. Strong collaborative skills and works well within a small team as well as with the larger department Wizard level skills with Photoshop (Illustrator/Indesign a plus) Proficient in photo retouching and has a strong sense of what is visually appealing to consumers Ability to multitask by managing time properly and hit tight deadlines in a fast paced environment Knowledge of photography (digital file types, file sizes, color space, image resolution, image optimization, color correction, etc.) is an absolute must. Do you need to know how to snowboard? No, but it makes for better water-cooler conversation, not to mention understanding what you'll be looking at more often than not.