Metro Times is looking for summer photography interns

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Metro Times is currently seeking photography students for our summer photography internship program. We're looking for highly motivated, outgoing individuals who have some experience shooting in-studio as well as in the field. 

A photography internship at Metro Times allows students and aspiring photographers to build their portfolios and make connections to local professional photographers and media professionals. Our interns shoot retail locations, concerts, editorial features, and even covers for our magazine. 



Interns are required to spend one day in-office as well as one evening per week shooting an event. Interns must have their own camera or access to equipment. A reliable form of transportation is also a must. Access to editing software is a plus. 

Those interested in a photography internship with Metro Times should send their resume and a link to their portfolio to alysa@metrotimes.com. 


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