Apply to be a Panoramic Studio photo editor

Panoramic Studio is looking for a Real estate photo editor. This position is for an individual who:
* Is looking to make some extra cash
* Has expert knowledge in Photoshop
* Can provide a fast turnaround time.
(You will be asked at each job whether you can provide same day service, and depending on your availability that day, the job might be offered to you.  Alternatively, you can provide a schedule as to your availability, and jobs will be booked in.   
 
The job takes approximately 45 minutes to edit up to 35 images
$20 will be given for every batch of 35 images that you edit.
for more than 35 images, extra payment will be offered at a rate of $1 per image.
If interested, you will be required to complete a photo editing test below. This will give us a sample your editing skills and ability to duplicate our editing style.  This will also give you a better idea of what editing work is required for this job.
 
You will be contacted further if you are chosen for this position.
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Test Instructions:
1. Have a look at the before and after images using the slider below. (They are before/after examples of images to give you a better idea of what editing is needed.)  
 
2. Download the 8 unedited images here and edit them according to the guidelines and examples below.
 
3. Please send an email to info@panoramicstudio.ca containing:
  • your name, and a phone number you can be reached at
  • what your turnaround time typically looks like
  • a link to your final edited images preferably with the same image quality/file size, or close
     
If you are selected, you will receive a phone call to make further arrangements. If you are hired, you will be required to accept email deposit as payment
 
Thank you for your time! 
 
 
Guidelines:
  • Each image should take approximately 1-3 minutes to edit.
  • Try and remove anything distracting that does not naturally belong in the photo, such as:
    Shadows casting from the flash on the ceiling or from columns or walls, reflections on mirrors, light casting from mirrors (This should be the most time-consuming part of the editing).
  • remove easily removable items such as wires sticking out of the wall, dust marks from the camera...
  • Straighten horizontal and vertical walls when appropriate
  • Brighten dark areas
  • Crop as needed
  • Colour correct as needed (tone down yellow cast from lamps. You don't have to do this for all images, just the ones that are unusually orange. Usually all is needed is to decrease the yellow and red colors in general)