Looking for a part-time videographer to help film our online photography courses and monthly tutorials. Filming takes place across Switzerland (mostly around Zurich) and includes an average of 2-4 filming days per month.
Must have experience in capturing high-quality, creative video footage and high-quality audio as well. We are not looking for a video editor, but rather a videographer who can provide our editing team with quality footage.
– Experience with filming on-location & in-studio, using both natural & artificial light.
– Camera skills: ability to frame & compose, manage focus & exposure
- Audio skills: ability to monitor audio, solve problems & adjust the gain.
– Eye for creativity!
To be the best fit, you'll need:
– English fluency
– Available 2-4 times per month
– Ability to communicate clearly
– Ability to manage dates & participate in planning
– Dedication to meet project deadlines in a timely manner
– Attention to details
If this sounds like you, please reply by answering these questions in an email to: [email protected] (no calls please).
1) Please provide a short description of the video/audio equipment you film with.
2) What is your expected hourly rate?
3) Please provide links to three of your recent projects (**that you personally filmed**).
4) Please answer (Yes/No): Do you already live in Switzerland & have a working permit?
5) Please provide 3-6 sentences describing why you are interested in the job.
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