You Can Get Paid $100K to Take Photos While Traveling the World

Dec 7, 2018

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They say a picture’s worth a thousand words, but in this case, your photos may be worth $100,000. If you have a knack for photography and an avidity for adventure, we’ve found the perfect job for you. A wealthy British family is searching for their own personal paparazzi to capture their adventures around the world.

The high profile family, which wishes to remain anonymous, is seeking one professional photographer to follow them on their travels for a minimum of 12 months. The position pays £80,000 ($101,849 USD) and includes full sick pay and 30 paid holidays. If that wasn’t enough, all food, travel and accommodations will be covered by the family. It won’t be an easy job, considering the gig requires to work up to 10 hours a day and offers the photographer very limited time to travel back home. Although, who would want to go home when getting to travel to places like the Maldives, Monaco, Rio de Janeiro or Val d’lsere? Just think about all the points and miles you’d be raking in!

If this sounds like it’s right up your alley, you could apply here. Applicants must have at least five years of experience shooting lifestyle photography and are subject to a background check.  Once the family narrows down their choices, the finalists will be invited for an interview and will meet the whole family to make sure that the right chemistry is there.

For additional details, here is the full request that was made to the photographer booking agency:

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