Hello, Vienna! Anyone interested in being a Photography Lab Operator? We need someone who knows photography and has experience in handling photolabs!
Lomography develops, designs and distributes analogue cameras and lifestyle products – all that is new and innovative in analogue photography. We are constantly expanding and this means we’re always on the lookout for talented folks who are into Lomography and the analogue lifestyle!
We need a Photography Lab Operator who is based in Vienna, Austria. Tasks include operation of a Minilab (film developing, scanning, printing), image editing, processing and operation online mail orders, among other things!
If you think you can handle the job or know someone who does, please don’t hesitate to apply.
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