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Assistant Photo Editor, Outside
Outside is seeking an Assistant Photo Editor for our two-person photo department. The ideal candidate should have a background in photography or art history.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Sourcing stock images for departments and features
  • Tracking and coding invoices for stock, illustrations & photo shoots
  • Completing monthly budget reports for FOB
  • Assisting with production for FOB and some feature shoots
  • Entering credits into layouts
  • Providing image captions to editors
  • Tracking licensing rights associated with stock imagery
  • Providing clerical and production assistance to Photo Editor
  • Occasionally assisting web department with photo inquiries
  • Managing photo intern
  • Material returns

Required Experience:

  • Knowledge of and experience with major stock libraries
  • Broad knowledge of photographers and photographer agencies across many disciplines
  • Experience with Adobe CS, K4
  • Ability to research and work independently in a fast past environment
  • Capable of managing time and able to prioritize responsibilities
  • Strong negotiation skills
  • Energetic and able to meet deadlines

Important: This position is based in Santa Fe, NM—sorry, no telecommuting.

Send your cover letter and resume to photojob [at] outsidemag (dot) com with your name and "Assistant Photo Editor" in the subject line.
 

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About Outside

Site Director: Todd Hodgson
Editor:
Scott Rosenfield
Assistant Editor: Axie Navas
Editorial Assistants: Hannah Weinberger, Lauren Steele, Martin Fritz Huber, Nick Kelley 
Video Production Manager: Bryan Rogala
Web Producer: Erin Berger
Web Developers: TJ PitreBen Voran

The mission of Outside is to inspire active participation in the world outside through award-winning coverage of the sports, people, places, adventure, discoveries, health and fitness, gear and apparel, trends and events that make up an active lifestyle.

Outside has always been driven by the search for innovative ways to connect people to the world outside. With the Internet, there's a whole new layer of depth added to that quest, which makes Outside Online a truly exciting place to be right now.

Outside Online slips the bonds of print, so we can offer you a wealth of information in a variety of forms that you can't get anywhere but online. We have all the space, all the media, none of the lag time, and all the dimensions to bring you everything from mountaintop audio clips to up-to-the-minute snow reports to an events calendar to lists of manufacturer contacts to expert answers to your questions.

Back in 1978, a letter in Outside's first issue stated that the magazine was "dedicated to covering the people, sports and activities, politics, art, literature, and hardware of the outdoors," an editorial goal that has stuck ever since. Armed with great writing that's always based on critical thinking and a sharp sense of humor, the magazine has done an amazing job of bringing people in contact with the world Outside. Outside Online takes all of that richness and slaps on the capabilities of the Internet, making the contact that much more dynamic and textured.

Much of that texture comes from you, thanks to the dimension interactivity adds to a reader's relationship with the written word. You determine what our gear and travel experts write about by submitting the questions they answer. In our new bulletin board areas, you'll have the chance to create a vibrant Outside community. You'll join us as active members of the editorial team, creating the site's content by contributing your thoughts, arguments, comments, and wish lists in these community areas.

To do a better job of presenting our content and integrating yours, we've redesigned the site's look and structure, and we think you'll find Outside Online easier and more fun to use in its new form. That form is constantly evolving, so let us know what you'd like to see. We not only welcome your feedback, we rely on it. We hope you share our excitement about Outside Online and its endless possibilities. Please return often to participate and watch us continue to grow.

Contact Us

We're eager to hear any and all of your thoughts about our website and our magazine. If you have a comment or a suggestion about the site, please write us at: outsideonline@outsidemag.com

Do you have a question about your subscription? Have you missed an issue? Moved to a new address? For any subscription-related concerns, please email us at oumcustserv@cdsfulfillment.com. You may also visit us at our Customer Service site.

For technical issues, contact tech@outsidemag.com 

To submit a letter to the magazine editors, contact letters@outsidemag.com

If you prefer to correspond by regular mail, our address is:

Outside Magazine
400 Market Street
Santa Fe, New Mexico

87501

Contributors' Guidelines

WRITER'S GUIDELINES
Outside
is a monthly national magazine dedicated to covering the people, sports and activities, politics, art, literature, and hardware of the outdoors. Although our features are usually assigned to a regular stable of experienced and proven writers, we're always interested in new authors and their ideas. In particular, we look for articles on outdoor events, regions, and activities; informative seasonal service pieces; sports and adventure travel pieces; profiles of engaging outdoor characters; and investigative stories on environmental issues.

Queries should present a clear, original, and provocative thesis, not merely a topic or idea, and should reflect familiarity with the magazine's content and tone. Features are generally 1,500 to 5,000 words in length. Dispatches articles (100 to 800 words) cover timely news, events, issues, and short profiles. Destinations pieces (300 to 1,000 words) include places, news, and advice for adventurous travelers. Review articles (200 to 1,500 words) examine and evaluate outdoor gear and equipment.

Separate guidelines are available for prospective photo and illustration contributors. Please request them directly from the photo department.

PRINT: Please send queries (not manuscripts) and two or three relevant clips along with a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Editorial Department, Outside magazine, 400 Market St., Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501. Due to the amount of ideas we receive, we do not have time to respond to each and every query. If interested in your story, we will respond within six to eight weeks.

PHOTOGRAPHER'S GUIDELINES
Outside
is a monthly national magazine dedicated to covering the people, sports and activities, politics, art, literature, and hardware of the outdoors. We rely on regular contributors for many images, but we are always open to innovative work that creatively reflects the essence of the magazine.

Features represent the best of outdoor writing and photography. Exposure is a gallery-style section devoted to showcasing exceptionally engaging photography and its creators. Parting Shot, the last image in the magazine, is a signature page that highlights a single image with a humorous twist.

Please send original slides or prints or good quality duplicates; 35mm or larger, packed in clear plastic sleeves. Please print your name on the slide mounts. Please do not send slides loose in envelopes or boxes. Mail all images to: Assistant Photo Editor, Outside magazine, 400 Market St., Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501. Unless your work has been specifically requested by us, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope for return. You should expect return or notification regarding your work within 60 days.

Photography Department

Portfolio Submissions For Assignment Work
If you want to submit a portfolio for review please contact Amy Silverman, Photo Editor at:

Photo Editor
Outside magazine
400 Market St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501

Stock Photography Submissions
If you would like to be considered for our monthly stock needs please submit a sample of your work and a general list of the topics in your files to Sara Bielecki, Assistant Photography Editor at sbielecki@outsidemag.com


Digital Photography Guidelines
Photo CDs

  • Scans of negatives or prints: unless the scans are made with a drum or flex-tight scanner we will need an original slide or print for publication
  • If you want the CD returned include a S.A.S.E, that the CD will fit into.


Emailing Photos

  • Only send images that are no smaller than 5x7 at 72 dpi for review
  • It's better to post images on a web site for us to view


Taking Digital Photos

  • Only images in RAW format or 11x17 at 300 dpi will be considered for publication
  • Never resize in Photoshop


Exposure and Parting Shot Submissions
Exposure is a gallery-style section devoted to showcasing exceptionally engaging photography and its creators.

Parting Shot, the last image in the magazine, is a signature page that highlights a single image with a humorous twist.

Email submissions to: Sara Bielecki, Assistant Photography Editor at sbielecki@outsidemag.com.

Mail submissions to:
Sara Bielecki
Outside magazine
400 Market St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501

Include a S.A.S.E. if you want the material returned and please make sure the material fits in the return envelope. Allow 60 days for your submission to be returned.

Outside is a monthly national magazine dedicated to covering the people, sports and activities, politics, art, literature, and hardware of the outdoors. We rely on regular contributors for many images, but we are always open to innovative work that creatively reflects the essence of the magazine.

Submission Guidelines
All submissions are for publication only. Your images will be held until after the issue goes to press (usually 45 days) and returned by FedEx Air. Please note: FedEx declines coverage for photographs, no matter what amount of insurance is purchased. Therefore by submitting images to Outside magazine and Mariah Media you waive your right to hold us responsible for loss or damage of photographs being returned to you.

All images must be labeled with your name and include caption information.

Send submissions to:
Outside magazine
Attn: Amy Silverman
400 Market Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501

Our Mission

The mission of Outside is to inspire active participation in the world outside through award-winning coverage of the sports, people, places, adventure, discoveries, health and fitness, gear and apparel, trends and events that make up an active lifestyle.

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