Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by xenon supra, Jan 15, 2009.
Cliffs: shoot pictures at an nonprofit org event for 2.5 hours.
What do you guys think?
I'd say start off at $400 flat and see where it goes. Without too big of a portfolio, its hard to give high numbers and expect too much.
If it were me, i would try and figure out what kind of usage they want. if its for web or print. and then judge your prices from there. And whether or not you feel this will be a repeat customer.
If i were you would probably do
for web 1 time customer: 350
for print 1 time customer: 425
if you feel you will get more business
but if you are established in the area and teh market value is high around your area like it is in Vegas. 200/hr web, and 250/hr for print
did you X out their name cause you were afraid A&P would try to steal them as a client?
prob not, its just professional that way.
with you taking the pictures?
Id ask you to give ME 2-300$
I dont need pictures of people making goofy faces and you saying its not your fault.
sounds like good numbers.
my sister works at a retail store near Lenox and the crew for Tyler Perry's House of Payne is aways going in to her store to buy stuff for the show.
A lot of the things they buy end up on tv
1 Miiiillllliiiioooonnnnn Dollars
If you charge more people think you know what you're doing, as dumb as that sounds. I'd say nothing less than 300.
Either say $500 or do it for free.
Id say min 300 bucks, or do it for free based off credit be giving to your name and a weblink.
They're the non-profit organization, not Joey!
At least $500