And it wasn't even very good heh. There was a Women's Awareness Month "take back the night" seminar / speaking at the fountain here at Tech. I took the assignment to shoot it for our school newspaper. The alumni association here puts out a quarterly magazine and they contacted me about using a particular photo for a full two page spread. They just sent me an email, "Can you send us the picture, and how much will it cost us?". Not really knowing what to charge, and also knowing the picture that they requested was pretty shitty, (blurry, noisy and underexposed (shooting outside at night with no tripod because there was no room to use a tripod... flash was also mostly unacceptable because people are up there talking about rape and shit . I don't want to blind people with a super bright flash while they're talking about that shit) I asked the school paper photo editor how much I should charge. He said he'd been paid $50 for a full page, so I went with the same. I made up an invoice from a word .doc template and they emailed me back saying they had a check in the mail. I might could have gotten more than $50 (maybe $100 since they were talking about 2 pages), but I didn't want to push it. The first time anybody sells their first picture they're going to underprice it. Now, I know what you're all waiting for... the picture. The top one is the one they actually requested. I told them I had a better one (the 2nd one), however the people in the left on the 2nd one are just some kids from a local highschool who were there to sing... they're not really important. I did use a flash on the 2nd one.