Posted by jeff Shaw on June 03, 2006 at 22:10:23:|
In Reply to: Yes, and no posted by Elaine on June 03, 2006 at 21:40:11:
I have paid over $1500 for the perfect shot on the cover of a mountain biking catalog. The photos came in the form of slides with a watermark shrinkwrapped around them. The agreement was that if the shrink was removed there was a $20,000 fee.
Another time I charged $2500 to shoot a whole line of motorcycle tools.
I also had to shoot artists for another guitar company. But if I could not do it, we had a guy that did it for $700.
None were art shots. Creative stuff can be several thousand for each shot.
Then there is perception. If you charge a lot, then everyone thinks highly of the shot.
One thing is for sure... Insist on photo credit and stash some $$$ away.
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