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Oct 27, 2012, 7:51 PM

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Re: [Hogge] pricing pro shots for a guidebook
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Not enough info provided.

First, a professional photographer will set his price.

If the price is something you're willing to pay and like the shot, you buy it.

How often someone has been published shouldn't make much difference on what you are willing to pay for a print. A print is about how much you line the photo from an art or visual point of view.

I've license over 100 stock images for Editorial articles via a stock library this year. Most the shots were not what I consider great photography, they were general stock shots that helped the article along.

The image below is one example. The user paid more than what a climbing magazine pays for a good climbing photo.


(This post was edited by guangzhou on Oct 27, 2012, 7:55 PM)

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