The Dutch company WarDocs is looking for students for photographing historical documents, held at The National Archives at Kew, London.
The Dutch company WarDocs supplies a list of historical documents of various formats (loose, binded, folded) which haven't been digitized yet. These documents are to be photographed at The National Archives and digitally transferred by Dropbox or Wetransfer to the company afterwards. Immediate payment via PayPal after receivement and quality check of the transferred batch of photographs. Full detailed work flow description available.
The reproduction fee is 8 pence per photographed page. During the regular opening times of the National Archives from 09.30 till 17.00 hrs the daily earnings based on the amount of photographs can be around 100 pounds per day.
Currently The National Archives allows 12 visits in a time span of 12 weeks which averages at 1 day per week.
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A camera and laptop are needed. The optimal configuration would be the type of camera which can be connected to the laptop by means of a cable (so called tethered shooting) or bluetooth connection to optimize the photographing process in the archive.
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