24 Nov, 2010 | Posted by: psnotes

in editorial stock photography is pretty much standard in the book and magazine area. You pretty well know what to expect. No hassles with negotiations. -and you can sell in volume if you hook up with organizations that are always looking for your niche area of photographs.

But what do you do when a "commercial job" comes along?

Here's the answer we gave when an inquirer on the Kracker Barrel wanted to figure out how to charge for prints and a mural for a major hospital.




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