The Age is offering Exciting Job opportunities, check them out, on my career.com.au
JD Digital Photography is a boutique photography studio located in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, we specialise in both weddings and portraits.
We are looking for someone to be responsible for the retouching and admin of the studio with photography assisting work available for the right candidate.
It will be a permanent part time position with the possibility of full time down the track.
The right applicant will also be trained to shoot and take on their own jobs in time.
Applicants must have a bubbly personality, be out going and a quick learner. Skills in Photoshop and general computer knowledge are essential. Customer service background is a bonus.
Applicants must enjoy working in a small team, be self-motivated and consistently deliver the highest level of customer service. This role requires you to have a strong work ethic, the ability to multi task and have excellent communication skills.
Desirable requirements for the successful applicant are:-
General administration experience
All ages are encouraged to apply.
Hourly Rate: negotiated based on experience. Starting at minimum wage i.e. $12.50 per hour
Please submit the following prior to 20 August 2010 to be considered:
Email to: email@example.com
Successful applicants will be contacted for an initial telephone interview
PIC will be closed for, a Professional Development Day on Tuesday the 10th of August, the school will be closed all day.
Congratulations to Marissa Horton, one of our enrichment program students. Marissa won the prize for the best work on an environmental theme. PIC purchased this work from Marissa for our permanent collection last year; it’s hanging on the wall outside of the staff kitchen. Check it out! She won $600 worth of Bond Imaging digital printing services.
Also, an ex-student from PIC, Danielle Hobbs, won the prize for the best inkjet print, which was $1000 worth of Kayell equipment hire. Check it out it’s a beautiful image.
BOOZE, FOOD & ART – what more could you want??? You don’t even need to travel! How “close” could you get?
PIC’s Enrichment Program, a collective of photographic artists are showing recent works here at PIC.
See the work in the student lounge, gallery space, hallway and white room. Engage your senses.
Come and support your fellow students!
To be held on Tuesday 10 August at 5.45pm, this discussion by historian, Michele Summerton, will explore the many themes in Victoria’s history represented throughout the RHSV photographic collection and will overview the many photographic processes used to capture the images.
Date:Tuesday 10 August
Time: 5.15pm tea/coffee; 5.45pm – 6.45pm lecture
Address: Royal Historical Society of Victoria
239 A’Beckett Street
Melbourne (entry via William Street)
Cost: Members free; Non Members $5.50
t: (03) 9326 9288
The 4×5 Large Format Workshop is on Tuesday 3rd of August for Grp 5 & Friday 6th for Grp 6 we will be meeting at the Convent in Abbotsford at 11 am.
NB. The following week is the WIP on Wednesday 11th (new work.)
Snapped: Melbourne past and present
Capture our city’s changes in the Snapped: Melbourne past and present photography competition.
Indulge your passion for photography and history and you could win $1000, courtesy of the Melbourne Library Service’s Snapped competition.
Find an old Melbourne photograph – it could be from your family album or a Melbourne Library Service image from the Picture Victoria website. Take a new photograph of the same place and reveal the changes – or similarities – of Melbourne past and present.
Prizes will be awarded in two categories:
under 18 years
18 years and over
Shortlisted photographs will be exhibited at the Gallery @ City Library in November and will also be added to the Melbourne Library Service’s photograph collection on www.picturevictoria.vic.gov.au
There will be a gallery crawl for first year students, during folio, Heide gallery on the 26th and 27th of July, CCP and BSG on the 5th and 6th of August.
This Friday there will be a film crew from ABC TV wandering around the school, please be patient and understand that some areas may have limited access as the crew films, all communication with Marcus after the event will be through his *manager* *wink wink*.
A reminder that once you take equipment off the PIC campus you are wholly responsible for returning it. This means that even if the equipment is stolen from you, you are still personally and fully responsible for paying for a new replacement piece of equipment. Yes, that’s unfortunate but that’s the way it is.
So do not leave it in your car, do not leave it visible on the back seat, do not cover it with something or leave it in the boot of the car. As soon as you arrive home from school take it inside with you and don’t leave it where it can be visible from a window. ALWAYS hang onto it if you take it out.
Some of the equipment kits including lenses, pelican cases and accessories add up to quite a lot of money. For example to replace a our digital cameras kits will cost you nearly $2000.
KEEP THIS IN MIND EVERY TIME YOU BORROW A PIECE OF EQUIPMENT