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Remote Photography Internships

Photography is an exciting and creative field, and photographers are in high demand from all sides. Remote photography internships are a great way to get a glimpse of the professional imagery world, and to begin building both skills and a portfolio of work.

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Responsibilities at our remote photography internships may include:

  • Editing photos and digital images
  • Assisting with scheduling and booking
  • Caring for photography equipment
  • Assisting with multi-platform ad creation
 Responsibilities at our remote photography internships may include:

Remote internships in photography

Here are just a few example roles our photography interns have taken on before:

  1. Edits and Adjustments

    When it comes to the photography field, editing skills are just as important as taking the photos themselves. Interns are likely to use Photoshop and Lightroom, and gain experience cropping images, adjusting color, exposure, and lighting, among other things. This is an excellent way to hone key photography skills and begin building a portfolio of samples.

  2. Social Media Management

    Many photography studios, creative firms, and individual photographers use social media to share and promote their work. Interns may create and manage publication calendars for Instagram, Facebook, Flickr, and other platforms, and edit images to prepare them for the appropriate platforms.

  3. Studio Organization

    Studio management is a common element of many remote internships in photography. Interns learn about everything that goes into making top-quality images, from planning and booking shoots, to setting up lighting, to communicating with clients. Planning for shoots is a key part of these roles, and interns are often tasked with ensuring everything is ready for things to go smoothly when the lead photographer arrives.

  4. Project Management

    Project management skills are essential for a successful photography business. Interns gain a glimpse into the business side of the field, and often take part in larger-scale commercial photography assignments. Tasks may include coordinating meetings and bookings between different photographers, shoot directors, and clients, and drafting project budgets and timelines.

The industry

The photography industry is incredibly diverse, and encompasses everything from fashion and social media to sports, technology, and journalism. Being a photographer is many people’s dream job, and with good reason. Photographers use their creativity on a daily basis, meet a wide variety of people, set their own schedules, and often get to travel to scenic destinations on the job. However, pursuing a full-time career in photography isn’t easy. The top photographers in the field worked long hours to get where they are today. They have excellent technical skills, attention to detail, and creative vision. Whether your interests lie in capturing images for marketing campaigns, shooting weddings, or creating viral social media posts, prior experience, creativity, and hard work are essential.

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Learn more about our remote internship program

Remote placements are an excellent opportunity to learn from an expert in your chosen field. Interns are not only placed with top-tier professionals, but have access to resources designed to ensure their success, including career coaching and networking events. Learn more about our remote internship program here.

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Applying for The Intern Group will put you in contact with an Admissions Officer. Through your interview and application, we will learn about your background and future career goals to determine if you are a good candidate for our internship programs. If accepted into one of our programs, we guarantee you an internship in your chosen career field. You will work with our Placement Team throughout the process.