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Shot by Gayathri for her Product Photography assignment as a part of the Specialist Diploma in Professional Photography course
Job type: Full time
Job description: Food photography for restaurants in Chennai
No. of restaurants per day – 3
Number of working days: Min 22 days. You can work on weekends as well
Salary: Rs 23,000/- basic salary
Allowance: Rs 75/- per restaurant + Rs 400/- Internet recharge per month. *
Below 60 shoots pm – Rs 00/-
60 and above – Rs 5,520/-
70 and above – Rs 9,520/-
80 and above – Rs 13,520/-
90 and above – Rs 17,520/-
Terms and conditions:
Approved leaves per month 2 days. But should be informed in advance.
Long leaves should be applied at least 15 days in advance
Working on weekends is optional and can only help you in achieving your targets
Bad performance and breach of copyrights will result in immediate termination. In
such cases compensations will be questionable.
3 months contract will be made and renewed based on performance
10% TDS is applicable
Eligibility: Ambitions 4 Photography Alumni – who have completed the Food Photography module / attended Food Photography Workshop
Call 9444441190 for details.