The Phnom Penh Post, Cambodia’s oldest independent newspaper, is seeking a photography intern to join our team in October of 2016. This is a paid position that will see the right candidate producing photo content for the Post's various publications.
This internship will be a great opportunity to work at an award winning national newspaper, producing photos for a wide variety of stories and topics that will been seen by our readership.
The right intern will work closely with the photo editor, section editors and reporters in the news room to fulfill job duties which will include but are not limited to: fulfillment of photo assignments, research and acquisition, photo post production and organisation of photos for web and print publications with correct caption information. It is imperative the correct candidate is motivated and keen to learn.
The ideal candidate will have a firm command of technical photography skills, strong organizational and time management skills, familiarity with Adobe editing software and an understanding of journalistic ethics.
Please e-mail a resume and photo portfolio or relevant links to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
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