Netflix Is Looking for Expert Instagrammers to Hang Out On Set

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If you’re a movie buff with an Instagram account, it’s time to start snapping some spectacular photos. Netflix has announced they’ll be hiring four “grammasters" to hang out on film and TV sets in Europe and the Middle East and take photographs of their adventures, The Daily Dot reports. In order to apply, all you have to do is follow Netflix on Instagram and hashtag three of your best photos with #grammasters3 by March 6.

According to The Daily Dot, the job pays $4000 for two weeks of work, and Netflix will pay for all of your travel arrangements. Netflix hasn’t specified what kinds of photos they’re looking for, only that they should “show off your interests or passions” (though it seems likely that “interests or passions” related to film and television might give you a leg up).

This isn’t the first time Netflix has hired a team of grammasters to help promote its content. Last year, three Instagram aficionados got the opportunity to take photos of iconic film and television locations throughout the United States. They snapped photos of spots from completed films like Jumanji (1995), Django Unchained (2012), and Silver Linings Playbook (2012), as well as ongoing series like Portlandia and Bates Motel. Check out the video of last year's grammasters below for a sense of what you’ll be in for, should you be selected.

[h/t The Daily Dot]