Junior Digital Imaging Specialist
The role of the Junior Digital Imaging Specialist on the Creative Design Team will be to support the conceptual development of design solutions through digital image manipulation and photography. This will include, but is not limited to, color-correction, retouching, rendering, digital compositing, illustration, photography, and conceptual visual exploration.
- Although this position falls within the Design Department, it is not a design role. It is a supporting role that is mainly image production based.
- Interpret design intent and help develop corresponding high-fidelity artwork
- Ensure that the Design team is supported in any/all digital imaging & photography needs
- Build strong working relationships with the Graphic Design, Account/Project Management & Implementation teams
- Take accountability and ownership of assigned projects while understanding times lines and budgets
- Follow quality standards for all imagery passing through the Digital Imaging department
- A strong understanding of studio-photographic techniques and corresponding software, including studio lighting, composition aesthetics and exposure
- Advanced mastery of Photoshop along with intermediate knowledge of Illustrator, and other current design software in a Mac OS X environment
- Impeccable attention to detail
- Able to present to peers and clients and an all round professionalism in promoting the company and its goals
- Artistic understanding of lighting, shading, spatial relationships and design principles in relation to imagery and image compositions
- Excels in both an independent and team environment
- BFA, or equivalent experience in Digital Imaging or Photography
Kaleidoscope is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, gender, age, disability or any other basis protected under the law.
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