Beacongate Limited - The company is primarily set up to help transform the latent abilities and potentials of Entrepreneurs, Professionals and Executives and make them realize their full potentials as well as create leadership brands that would make them distinct. This involves using approaches that lead to self discovery, awareness of situations, empowering for positive actions and actualization of goals and visions. We offer customized solutions to meet your personal and business needs.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: Photographer
This role is for a youthful photographer with a creative and innovative mind who seeks to grow a career in photography.
Responsibilities and Duties
Planning and Implementation of background/backdrop.
Properly light subjects using artificial or natural lighting and using flashes and reflectors where necessary.
Retouch, Resize and enhance images as needed using photoshop or other photography software.
Selects and assemble proper equipment, and choose settings and props based on clients wishes and theme of the photo.
Adjust apertures, shutter speeds, and camera focus based on a combination of factors such as lighting, field depth, subject motion, film type, and film speed.
Develop and print exposed film, using chemicals, touchup tools, and developing and printing equipment, or send film to photofinishing laboratories for processing.
Scan photographs into computers for editing, storage, and electronic transmission.
Set up photographic exhibitions for the purpose of displaying and selling their work.
Key Performance Indicators:
Creativity and Imagination: You must be able to look at something ordinary, or even extraordinary, and find a million different ways to interpret what he’s seeing and convey those interpretations in beautiful and meaningful photos.
An eye for Detail: You must have a very keen eye for detail to ensure that all elements within the photo—the lighting, the composition, the subject, and everything else in between—work together harmoniously to convey the right vision or message.
Patience and Flexibility: You must have the patience and flexibility to interact with clients.
Good People Skills: You’ll also need to network to obtain clients and partnerships, so knowing how to connect and communicate effectively with others is imperative.
When you’re photographing people, knowing how to take a good photo simply isn’t enough. You also have to know how to interact with your subjects to make them feel at ease, get them to cooperate, or draw out all the right emotions out of them.
Passion: What sets a good photographer apart from the rest? Passion.
Barriers to Success:
Artistic Ability: Inability to be able to compose a shot, understand framing, color and light to create a visually pleasing photograph.
Computer Skills: Inability to effectively use some computer software to edit pictures
Attention to Details: Not being a good listener.
Promptness: Inability to manage priorities and work to tight deadlines without compromising accuracy.
Interpersonal Skills: Inability to Relate effectively with clients and colleagues
Communication Skills: Not having excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Business Skills: Inability to bring in new customer to enhance business growth
Creativity: Inability to come up with unique concepts