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Secondary Videographer / Cinematographer
Ideal for someone who wants to grow to become a professional videographer/Cinematographer. Work with some of the industries best to gain experience and build your skill set.
San Diego, CA and surrounding areas.
Los Angeles, CA and surrounding areas.
San Francisco Bay Area and surrounding areas.
Sacramento, CA and surrounding areas.
Central Valley, CA and surrounding areas.
Seattle, WA, and surrounding areas.
Some out of state / long-distance travel may be available.
Varies per month depending on bookings.
None at this time.
Have the essential creative skillset to produce cinematography
Portfolio of at least 2 different projects
Minimum 6-month videography experience
Excellent communication skills
Ability to work independently and under direction
Ability to travel to on-location shoots
Passion for videography
Professional-grade equipment or access to
Strong editing skills
Exceptional customer service mentality and skills
Sense of humor
Advanced portable lighting
Work with Aiya photography to expand videography business. Perform a variety of photography projects including weddings, engagement shoots, modeling shoots, family commercial and product. Work as either a primary or second videographer as needed. Set appointments with clients, follow-up when needed and deliver presentations/consultations. Maintain and nurture relationships with existing clients. Generate agreements and obtain relevant authorizations for videography. Follow Aiya Photography’s' policies and procedures. Assist in marketing campaigns and initiatives. Maintain minimum acceptable standards. Understand what it takes to create exceptional videography and how Aiya Photography is different.
Work as directed with primary videographer
Plan and coordinate all shot needs
Handle all filming and shoot per video project
Ensure logical sequencing and smooth running of all productions
Consult with stakeholders from production to post-production process
Continuously discover and implement new editing technologies and industry's best practices to Maximize efficiency
Pro Camera (Sony A7iii or better)
Back-Up Camera (aA6500 or better)
50mm Prime Lens (Sony 50mm f1.8)
Mid focal length zoom lens (Sony 24-105 f4 or better)
Monopod (Any fluid head monopod, Manfrotto or better)
Tripod (Any fluid head tripod, Manfrotto or better)
Off Camera lighting (3 x temperature adjustable LEDs or better)
Quick-release plates (Any brand ok)
Own transport to arrive at events
18 years or older
Must be legally permitted to work in the US
Background and reference checks required.
Must be able to lift heavy lighting and equipment (up to 50 lbs)
Examples of work
Please visit our video gallery page and youtube page to get an idea of how we shoot.
$40.13 per hour
You are not required to exclusively work for us
All other states
$35 to $50 per hour
Travel expenses covered
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