Freelance Photographer in Ibiza
Posted Feb 15th, 2016, offered
What You've Done
You’re a professional photographer. It’s not just a hobby for you: You’ve been contracted and paid for your work. Perhaps you’ve shot weddings, breaking news, real estate, restaurants and hotels, and so on, though there’s no “one size fits all” for this role.
Bonus points if you’ve traveled extensively and stayed in a ton of hotels, but it’s not required
What You Have
Photography gear: You own a DSLR cameras with a full-frame sensor and a wide-angle lens
Photo portfolio: Please send a link to your online photo portfolio. It should look professional and show a good cross section of your work. (Please do not send individual photos – only links.)
A flexible schedule! You’re a contractor with a flexible schedule – candidates with full-time jobs will not be considered.
Car and valid driver’s license
Who You Are
Personable: Easy to talk to, easy to like. A great conversationalist.
Easy to reach and quick to respond to emails/calls.
Presentable and put-together, as you’ll be representing our company when you visit hotels
Ready to travel around your region, and possibly beyond!
Fluent in English and Spanish
What You'll Do
Visit and tour hotels, often leaving home for trips around your region
Photograph each hotel extensively, according to Oyster guidelines
Organize and folder all images you take
Write and submit your opinions and assessments of the hotel, which will be referenced by our writers
Oyster.com, a TripAdvisor company, delivers unbiased, expert information about hotels. Oyster sends trained reviewers to visit, comprehensively photograph, and critique each hotel reviewed on Oyster.
Oyster.com has been featured by numerous media outlets, including The Today Show, 20/20, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times.