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Special Art Opp: Want to Be a National Parks Photographer?

The Tetons and the Snake River, Ansel Adams, 1942
The Tetons and the Snake River, Ansel Adams, 1942

There’s a position open at the National Park Service in DC (with travel required, naturally) for U.S. citizens with experience in large-format photography.

But hurry — the deadline to apply is December 15!

“Duties: Produces large-format photographic documentation to the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the HABS/HAER/HALS [Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record/Historic American Landscapes Survey] permanent collection at the Library of Congress. Develops photographic guidelines and standards for traditional and born-digital photographic processes and products. Produces exhibition quality prints for exhibition, publication, or other visual purposes. Evaluates submissions and provides advice and assistance concerning production of photographic documentation for donations to the collection or for mitigation purposes. Makes presentations about the collection or the programs to various public and private groups.”

See details about this job listing on USAJOBS.

h/t Phogotraphy

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