Perform work involved in developing and processing photographic images from film or digital media. May perform precision tasks such as editing photographic negatives and prints.
Digital Imager, Digital Imaging Technician, Digital Photo Technician, Digital Printer Operator, Digital Retoucher, Digital Technician, Film Printer, Film Process Operator, Film Processor, Film Technician, Lab Technician, Laboratory Associate, Laboratory Technician, Mini-Lab Operator, Photo Lab Specialist, Photo Lab Technician (Photographic Laboratory Technician), Photo Printer, Photo Specialist, Photo Technician, Photographic Printer, Photographic Processing Machine Operator, Photographic Technician, Print Retoucher, Printer
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