Our two passions finally combine … 

When you think of "dream jobs," wandering the globe and taking photos on someone else's dime ranks pretty damn high up there. And if you only need to haul your phone around instead of backpacks of camera gear, the deal gets even sweeter.

So when we saw this job posting from Netflix looking for "Grammasters" we just about shit our pants. In its ludicrious "sounds too good to be true" job posting, the streaming company is seeking out people to be Insta-studs, taking pictures around the globe for a variety of new shows in Europe and beyond. 

Netflix is searching for…persons who will act as photographers (“Grammasters”) who will, among other duties, travel to several European locations where they will take photographs of iconic film and TV locations for Netflix utilizing the Instagram application. They may also give public relations interviews and make media appearances. A full description of their duties and the compensation will be fully set forth in a written independent contractor agreement.

To apply, you must be 21 years of age or older and have a mobile phone or other wireless or electronic device that supports the Instagram application and has a digital camera feature. You must have an Instagram account. Your account cannot be in the “protected” or “private” mode.

The best part? They're offering a staggering $2,000 a week to be an iPhone paparazzi. That's a lot of cheddar. 

In the fine print, Netflix says it will select 25 finalists by March 11th and notify them. If you’re one of the lucky ones, you’ll have to fill out some paperwork and get vetted via Skype.

So on second thought, don't apply …