Intern - Photo/Video
Part Time Unpaid Internship
Times10 is unique to the video production industry, and it shows in our approach to video editing. From end-to-end, customer satisfaction comes first. When you join our team as a Photo/Video Intern, you are joining a highly rated, experienced group of video professionals that will push your capabilities as a photographer, videographer, and editor.
Our post-production processes are unlike any digital agency in the world. Behind the scenes at Times10 we are highly automated, and highly motivated to deliver the best end result possible, in the shortest amount of time possible. We place a high value on both speed and professionalism. Revisions are always blazing fast; in some cases overnight, or even same-day for a variety of our high profile clients. In todays fast-moving world of startups and social media, brands depend on Times10 to deliver quick results and move through post-production seamlessly.
As a Photo/Video Intern, this fast-paced environment excites you. Some weeks you may touch as many as a dozen or more projects. Some for a few quick edits, and others on a deeper level at the direction of a Creative Director and other Senior Video Editors. You get great satisfaction in making perfect-cuts, finding a rhythm, and bringing out the best in the subjects we film. Ideally, you have experience working in multi-camera editing environments, or are eager to learn. Additionally, you enjoy working with a wide-variety of projects from week-to-week, and are willing to learn industry trends as they come in and out of style. As a Photo/Video Intern, you are expected to meet hard deadlines and make quick revisions.
Solid photography and videography background.
Strong understanding of Adobe Creative Suite, especially Adobe Premiere and Camera Raw.
Prior experience working as a freelance video editor, or casual video editing experience.
Ideally you have shot personal / home videos, or worked as a freelance videographer.
You have experience producing content for YouTube, Vimeo or other online platforms & websites.
The ability to handle multiple projects per week, and dozens of projects per month.
Take quality notes, document work, and translate client directives into a finalized product.
Must be available at least 2-3 days a week.
Must live in the Los Angeles area and have a mode of transportation.
Unpaid. School credit is required.
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