• Photoshop Compositor

    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/05/2018 19:04)
    Job ID
    2018-2091
    # of Openings
    1
    Job Location(s)
    US-CA-Sunnyvale
    Category
    Digital Campaign
  • Overview

    The Compositor combines computer generated elements into a final product image and sequences that realize the vision and creative direction of the Art Directors and Compositing Supervisor. The compositor is ultimately responsible for the aesthetic integrity and technical quality of the final image delivered. 

    This is a 3-6 month contract onsite at one of the world's leading tech companies.

    Responsibilities

    • High end retouching of electronic devices/products 

    • Together with the Compositing Supervisor and Compositing Leads, evaluate the 

      creative and technical approach for assigned images 

    • Perform all tasks associated with the compositing process. 

    • Maintain the overall look, color balance, and quality for assigned products to create 

      uniformity in all finished work   

     

    Qualifications

    • Minimum of 3 years of digital compositing experience in a commercial production environment using Adobe Photoshop
       
    • Skilled in vector work and procedural workflows for flexibility
       
    • Ideal candidate has a strong sense of composition, color and design 
       
    • Strong fine arts foundation skills, such as photography and photographic lighting
       
    • Strong ability to multi-task, organize, and problem-solve while keeping a calm demeanor under tight deadlines
       
    • Ability to thrive as a member of a team
       
    • Excellent communication skills and attention to detail.
       
    • Exceptional organizational and analytical skills
       
    • Detail oriented and focused on continual process improvement; must have a strong
      desire to learn from other members of the team, and to share knowledge and discoveries

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