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Fish at a market stall in Italy

How to set the correct price on your photography

Yikes! Someone wants to buy my picture! How should I price my photographs? What price to put on your photography is important. For your own sake you should see to it that you get a fair price, even if you are not a professional photographer. And for the sake of all the professional photographers out […]

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Pricing and licensing: the importance of licensing terms

Pricing and licensing: the importance of licensing terms

A comment from James Cook on the continuing series of posts on pricing and licensing tools points out the importance of the actual licensing terms. In most cases when you price photo licensing you agree terms for a specific use, especially if it is traditional “rights managed” (RM) licensing and not “royalty free” (although “RF” […]

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Oak barrel aging cellar

Useful info on copyright, licensing and pricing from ASMP

Following the two recent posts on pricing and licensing I had a suggestion from photographer Judy Herrmann to take a look at all the information that the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) makes available on their site. Indeed, you can find lots of useful info on the ASMP site. For example: On copyright in […]

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A street market stall selling red bell peppers

More photo pricing tools: HindSight’s Photo Price Guide

Yesterday I started a series on photography pricing and licensing tools. It is simply a link collection to applications and sites that can be useful for, you guessed, photo licensing pricing. The photographer David Riecks quickly came in with one additional pricing tool suggestion: HindSight’s Photo Price Guide. It is a pricing tool similar to […]

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Photography licensing and pricing tools & information

It is becoming more and more important that the photographer understands pricing and licensing and can set pricing terms independently. Historically there was more or less “industry standard” pricing, especially for editorial stock photography. That is still true to some extent, but much less so than before. I have started a new link list category […]

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Self service wine shop in Croatia

Interview with National Geographic’s Photo Editor

Listening to your customer: how National Geographic buys photography with Elizabeth Krist and Allen Murabayashi Listening to your customers is important. For stock photography it is not always obvious since you are not necessarily in direct contact with your end customer. Especially if you work with stock agencies who are usually not very keen on […]

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How to buy / license a photo

How to license a digital image or to buy a print. There are two ways to purchase images from BKWine Photography, and one way to use images for free in personal blogs. Each has its own specific use: Licensing for professional use Buy prints for personal use or wall decoration Online use through flash embeds […]

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