Calling all Second Photographers: Application Process

We’ve had so many photographers ask if we’re hiring that we’ve decided to request applications – we’re very excited to expand our second photographer team for the coming year! Please see the following job description and information regarding these contract positions. We are looking forward to these opportunities, and are excited to talk with the qualified candidates.

Job Description

Simply Southern Photography is searching for professional, organized photographers to add to our second photographer team for the upcoming wedding season. The successful candidate should be personable, approachable, flexible, and able to take direction well. Reliability and punctuality are critical. Second photographers must be available for work on Saturdays, with potential for additional days as needed. More than one person may be selected for this contract position.

Candidates must have their own equipment suitable for professional photography and be available on a freelance basis.

How to Apply

To apply, please email with responses to the following questions:

1. Name, address, email address, and phone number.

2. Current employer.

3. Are you available for work on Saturdays?

4. Please list your equipment (camera body, lenses, flashes, and any other accessories).

5. Please describe your experience level with photography.

Applications must be received by Feb 1 in order to be considered.

Candidates will be contacted starting February 13 for interviews. If you are not contacted, then we are not able to extend an interview.

Compensation and Contract Details

This position is a contract position and will be paid hourly upon completion of the job and submission of the images. Hourly rate will be based on experience, education, and performance. Second photographers are required to sign a contract and complete and submit a W9. The contract is on a per-job basis and does not create an employment relationship with the studio.

Future Potential

There is potential for this position to transition to more responsibilities and assignments.

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