At Phowd we are looking for a passionate people to join our team. We are headquartered in Toronto, Canada, but remote work is in the core of our business.

We are looking to hire the following contract positions

  • Digital marketing manager
  • Full stack web (.NET) engineer
  • Digital photography and photo editing blogger

Being effective in a start-up environment is a quality that is hard to assess from afar. As such, we like to assess it through working with people for a period of time. Typically the process looks like:

Contact us -> Part-time contracting (2-3 months) -> Full-time contract/employee


Digital marketing manager

Your primary goal is to help us grow. Your responsibility is to build and execute marketing plan, including:

  • Build strong brand and messaging
  • Run public relations
  • Manage and oversee social media channels
  • Manage content marketing
  • Design email marketing

Experience in the photography industry is a plus. Experience in graphical design and/or Photoshop is a strong plus. Please share your portfolio and provide references.

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Full stack web (.NET) developer

Solid understanding of client-server architecture and web technologies. We prefer full stack developers which means you are going to work with front-end HTML, CSS, Javascript and back-end .NET, ASP.net MVC, Azure infrastructure. However if you consider yourself a stellar developer in either of the ends please drop us a line!

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Digital photography and photo editing blogger

  • Are you a pro photographer or a pro retoucher or both?
  • Do you enjoy teaching others how to improve their photography business or editing skills?

If the answer is yes to these questions please read on.

Phowd is looking for a feature writer (or writers) to provide content for it’s blog on a weekly basis.

Posts need to be of a high quality and display a knowledge of digital photography and post-processing workflows. Posts will need to be largely ‘how to’, ‘tips’ or ‘tutorial’ based aimed to help photographers. The more practical the better they will be received by readers.

Your qualifications:

  • Excellent writing, grammar, spelling and formatting

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  • Emile Bellott

    Great tips. I’ll add another one : #10 If you are not limited ( by recycle time on a flash, for example ) take multiple shots in quick succession. If the time gap is very small, people haven’t changed posture, but smiles come and go. You can splice the best parts of two shots in quick succession.

    #11 Take another one about 1/4 to 1/2 sec after the “official” shot. It’s often better because people relax their stiffness and grimace. Smiles may be better. I’ll often do “3…3…1…” click … click

    Apropos of #7 above, I often ham it up with the Austin Powers line: “Work with me…Work with m..”

  • beptep

    Emile, awesome tips, thanks for sharing!