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Traveling for periods of over three months overseas and snapping photos of the rich and famous may sound like a dream for a budding lifestyle photographer, even without the $100,000 yearly salary.
Perfocal, a website that markets itself a “trendy way to hire quality photographers,” got this request just this week from a British family seeking a person for the perfect job.
In it, the family requests to remain anonymous due to the father’s high-ranking position. The family promises trips of up to three months to a “number of holiday homes” they own throughout the world.
They also promise to bring the photographer to events like Mardi Gras, the Formula One Grand Prix, and the Rio de Janeiro Carnival.
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If the photographer is the right fit, the family will extend beyond the year-long contract and hire them full-time.
So, what does it take to work for one of the elite?
Applicants must possess five years of previous experience in lifestyle photography and will, of course, undergo an extensive background check.
The family started searching for a replacement for their previous photographer in September with no luck, which is why they reached out to Perfocal.
If you’re looking to apply, head to Perfocal’s makeshift applicant page for the position.