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Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We need a photographer to visit our clients and take photos suitable for social media. Half of our clients are in the medical profession and range from podiatrists to plastic surgeons. The other half includes wineries, realtors, and landscapers, etc. We require someone who is creative, reliable, and professional, and in the case of our medical clients able to understand and respect sensitive issues regarding patient confidentiality, image content, and able to capture images suitable for social media. This job is for the Los Angeles and surrounding areas of California. Ideal applicants will reside in the area and have reliable transportation to travel from client to client.
Skills: Photography
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $750 - Posted
Video and photos of the digital displays at the stations of the London Underground, London, UK. Includes LCD information kiosks in the underground stations and the LED digital display found above ground by the Oxford Circus station entrance. Start date: TBA Due date: TBA I need to hire a photographer/videographer first then confirm their insurance by having them fill-out and submit a ‘Application to Film/Photograph on TfL’, get confirmation from the Tfl and then negotiate a date to start with the photographer and the Tfl. Then negotiate the completion date with the photographer. Daktronics is the manufacturer of the digital display located within the London Underground stations. The photos/videos are for use in promotional materials for our company. http://www.daktronics.com/en-us 10 usable photos, 5 usable video clips. Combination of the LCD digital information Kiosk displays and the LED digital display (minimum of 3 different stations). We have an employee in our Ireland office that will help the photographer/videographer with the logistics of finding the sites and the displays. Daktronics need full rights to the photos/video to use them in any promotional materials for our company. We need this in writing. Permit costs and submission of forms is being taken care of by Daktronics. Any other fees need to be included in the quoted price. Here are what you are taking photos/videos of: http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/photos/details?pn=WP-19328 http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/photos/details?pn=WP-19310 Here are examples of what good photos of these projects should look like: http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/photos/details?pn=WP-20054 http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/photos/details?pn=WP-20052 http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/photos/details?pn=WP-19300 Here are examples of good video of these projects should look like, contained within these promotional videos: http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/video-gallery/Retail-Spectaculars Camera Settings: -Full HD 1920x1080 (or higher if possible) @ 30 fps -1/60 Shutter Speed -Manual Focus -Record Ambient Sound -Use of tripod (if allowed) for steady footage -Preferred file formats: .mp4, .avi or .mov AND .jpgs or RAW Footage Guidelines: -Multiple angles and distances: up-close product shots, mid-range, and further out clips that include surrounding environment (not just the digital displays, include: station, travelers, etc.). Also capture travelers reacting/interacting with the LCD and LED displays to get information. -Majority (70%) of footage should be fixed or stationery shots but would also like to see some footage with effects such as: rack focus, panning, zooming, time-lapse, etc. -Product (video scoreboard) should be main focus of footage and show examples of display content changing, other display messaging and advertising rotating through multiple pieces of content, etc. -Minor editing is welcome but majority of editing/post-production will be handled in-house after receiving the footage. Tips: Avoid capturing moiré (unwanted wavy patterns that can appear when repetitive details such as lines, dots, etc. are interpreted by or exceed camera sensors while recording) on the LED displays/content. If moiré is visible try making the following adjustments: -Adjust focal length on lens, the angle you are from display or physical distance between you and the display(s). -If suggestions above don’t help and only as a last resort, adjusting your focus ever so slightly out of tack-sharp focus sometimes works. Exposure balance, where the display will either appear much brighter or much darker than its surroundings, can be another obstacle encountered while shooting an LED display. If the contrast between the location’s current lighting conditions and the display brightness is too great, sometimes shooting the sunny side (if possible) of the display or shooting at a different time of day such as high noon when the display and surroundings are equally bright can help.
Skills: Photography Videography
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
We are sports tech company currently in the midst of a huge content drive, and we want an expert contributor that can provide an engaging, informative blog on how to take great sports photography. The purpose of these blogs is to engage the current readership we have in our significant user base, alongside ranking appropriately on search engines for a selection of pre-planned keywords. ... The writer will have a very good understand of sports photography, ideally from first hand experience. You'll also have to be an adept writer for online audiences, with experience engaging sports readers with informative, detailed copy.
Skills: Digital Photography Blog Writing Content Writing Creative writing
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Event is SCW Fitness MANIA, Rosemont, IL this weekend. Equinox Gyms, SCW Fitness and Century Martial Arts have teamed up to develop a new boxing certification program for fitness professionals. We hope to tell a super short story of the effort and feature the trainer, Tonya Dugger, Group Fitness Program Manager for Equinox gyms. If you're not available/interested, perhaps you can refer us to someone?
Skills: Photography Article Writing Blog Writing Content Writing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
Looking for an experienced/talented videographer with their own equipment to capture various raw B-roll footage of Traverse City, Michigan - around 30 to 45 mins of footage. What we are doing: We are a business automation software company (ONTRAPORT) developing a video series of client stories to grow our brand and attract people to our product. Despite our product being on the technical side, these stories are inspirational and emotional rather than technical. We've pre-recorded several interviews with clients who’ve visited our company in Santa Barbara, California from various locations around the world. What we need is raw footage of the cities they live in to serve as B-roll to edit together a cohesive story. Details: - We will provide you with a shot list, some of which will be open-ended - The footage will have audio but don’t necessarily require it - The footage is to be shot on a Canon C100 Mark II or a Canon 5D Mark III or IV (or - equivalent with a full frame sensor) - No editing work needed Here's a final version of one of our recent stories set in Sedona, AZ for an idea of what we're looking for: https://sendpepper.wistia.com/medias/60ejn6cq2c Skills/Experience Required: - Experience shooting video on high quality equipment. - Experience using a small tripod or other stabilization device - Great eye for composition and lighting - Familiarity with file formats This is a great opportunity to gain experience in videography for web applications. To apply, please send us your name, a link to your digital portfolio/examples of your work, and a short message describing why you are qualified.
Skills: Photography Video production Videography
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $260 - Posted
Looking for an experienced/talented videographer with their own equipment to capture various raw B-roll footage of Sydney, NSW - around 30 to 45 mins of footage. Compensation: $200 USD / $260 AUD What we are doing: We are a business automation software company (ONTRAPORT) developing a video series of client stories to grow our brand and attract people to our product. Despite our product being on the technical side, these stories are inspirational and emotional rather than technical. We've pre-recorded several interviews with clients who’ve visited our company in Santa Barbara, California, USA from various locations around the world. What we need is raw footage of the cities they live in to serve as B-roll to edit together a cohesive story. Details: We will provide you with a shot list, some of which will be open-ended The footage will have audio but don’t necessarily require it The footage is to be shot on a Canon C100 Mark II or a Canon 5D Mark III or IV (or equivalent with a full frame sensor) No editing work needed Here's a final version of one of our recent stories set in Sedona, AZ for an idea of what we're looking for: https://sendpepper.wistia.com/medias/60ejn6cq2c Skills/Experience Required: - Experience shooting video on high quality equipment. - Experience using a small tripod or other stabilization device - Excellent eye for composition and lighting - Familiarity with file formats This is a great opportunity to gain experience in videography for web applications. To apply, please send us your name, a link to your digital portfolio/examples of your work, and a short message describing why you are qualified.
Skills: Photography Video production Videography