Wednesday, December 23, 2009

We just got news that Caroline Johnson Photography is in search for interns in the Orlando area. This is an exciting opportunity to spice up your resume and learn from the best. If you fit the descriptions below please contact by January 5th.
Also, check out her blog to get a taste of the everyday life inside the Studio at

SOCIAL MEDIA SPECIALIST | aka Creative Media Genius |

The Social Media specialist who will crown the first ever the title of "Creative Media Genius" is set to start early January. Qualified candidates will currently be enrolled as either a Communication, Journalism, Marketing, Advertising, or in a Visual Media program. Throughout the term of the internship you will learn about how to creatively utilize Social Media to continue to leverage the studio as a leader in the wedding and couture portrait market. All the necessary tool for execution will be provided to maximize the experience. The Social Media Specialist will need to present a social media plan and work the plan over the four months with Caroline Johnson Photography. Possibility for a longterm paid position upon completion of internship.

CREATIVE DESIGN | aka The Less is More designer | internship

The Creative Designer will be guided through the entire graphic design process that photography requires. The ideal candidate will have experience with Mac platforms, have a strong foundation with Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, and the aptitude to learn Aperature and Lightroom. Projects to work on will consist of in house promotional pieces, Newsletter Design, E-mail Blast Notifications to vendors and clients, Album Design. A close hands on approach will take place through Management to guide and ensure that your skills sets are enhanced by the experience. Interns must commit to a minimum of 20 hours a week over a 4 month term. Possibility for a longterm paid position upon completion of internship.

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Top 10 Advice on finding the DRESS!

  • Number One Rule: Be open minded! What you think reminds you of your grandmother's dress on the hanger, may in fact be the dress of your dreams.
  • Bring someone that knows your style better than their own. I'm sure the groom doesn't want to see you in something that your bestfriend would wear on her wedding day
  • DON'T PURCHASE YOUR DRESS ONLINE! You miss out on the whole experience.
  • Don't worry what the groom will think. If he loves you, he will love what you pick.
  • Have fun! Remember that you have been dreaming of this day since you were five. Don't let the decision put a cloud over your head
  • If you hate the little bow on the dress, ask the consultant if you can order it Chances are you can. Keep in mind (contrary to what the magazines always say) there might be a charge for it. It won't lower the cost of the dress.
  • Price vs. Love: If you love the dress, GO FOR IT! Don't settle for less on what your wearing for your big day. You can always take some of the budget from the centerpieces and so on. No one will know and we won't tell.
  • Research designers online and make a scrap book of styles that you like. Do keep in mind, that it may all change when you start trying on.
  • Save the group shopping for the mall. This should be a personal experience that you should only share with one or two.
  • When you find it, you find it. Don't second guess yourself or you will pick your second favorite.