DPreview is hiring! We’re looking for a review editor to join our Seattle-based team. You’ll be creating content for the world’s largest audience of photography and video enthusiasts and helping us lead the effort to create top-notch reviews of cameras and other photography-based products. Bring your talent and creativity to our team and help shape the future of DPReview. Follow the link below for full details.
Full-time, Seattle WA-based (United States)
We are looking for an experienced editor with a good knowledge of consumer digital imaging devices and systems, as well as a showcase acquaintance with standard digital photography and video workflows. In this role, you will own and manage the delivery and development of product reviews to bring the most important information to our readers. We hope you’ll be able to do your own thing to create written and video content from start to finish, with a clear focus on the intended customer and their interest in various real world uses.
The ideal candidate should be passionate about technology and excited about applying the latest features and innovations to easily understandable, effective advice and insights. You will be expected to streamline and innovate how our product-focused content reaches our readers, including participating in the expansion of our editorial content across new categories and channels.
Responsibility for the main work
- Own real-world and studio testing, analysis, and creation and distribution of camera and lens reviews
- Streamline the processes used for product reviews to ensure that they are valuable and timely to our readers.
- Collaborate with a wide range of teams to translate product insights into a customer-friendly format for onsite and offsite channels.
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