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Photographers Wanted!!!

In Events, Fashion Events, FGI, La Jolla Fashion Film Festival on May 30, 2014 at 11:23 am

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The La Jolla Fashion Film Festival is looking for photographers that wish to cover the red carpet on their 5th edition happening July 24-26th at the Museum of Contemporary Art La Jolla.

Photographers will be in charge of covering the red carpet as guests arrive, and overall highlights of the event.

All photographers positions will be volunteer based, no pay will be involved.

Film screening will not be guaranteed, however if there are open seats they will gladly accommodate these.

Requirements:

Own a professional camera- no cell phone camera, allowed.

Submit pictures at the end of the festival- these will be used for promotional purposes, no commercialization will be done. And all pictures will be credited.

Professional or fashionable dress attire- no self-promoting items to be worn such as t-shirts, hats, etc.

Benefits:

Opportunity to network with fashion industry members from all over the world.

Be part of San Diego’s most important fashion event, and one of the few Fashion Film Festivals in the world.

Have your work on LJFFF social media

To sign up ,and for more questions please contact
Samia Lavenant, Guest Relations Manager
samia@ljfff.com

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