I know this question may have been asked before, and I know the answer is a broad one, but I'm going to ask it anyway.
I took some shots of a business's headquarters (it was a really beautiful building). I emailed some low res shots to the marketing manager and he's really interested. He's looking for a canvas, which I can price myself, but he also wants digital copies of a few as well to use for marketing purposes. My issue is that I don't know how to charge for electronic copies. I want to have shared copyright, i.e. I can still use the photos in my own advertising, but they can use it electronically as well.
I'm an armature shooting for 4 years now and have sold on the order of 30 physical prints, and have done 10 photo shoots with the pictures given out on a CD. I know, I know, I just said I didn't know how to price electronic photographs, but this situation (corporate headquarters using a photo for marketing) just seems different to me.
There are 5 shots in total. I was thinking like $40 per photo... or $150 for the full set. Am I way outside the playing field here?
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