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  • I have been an armature photographer for just 5 years, but as of the past year have been getting alot of interest. I was offered a huge job, photographing a rather large mall in Wisconsin. Inside and out. Also, 12 of the stores in the mall are wanting me to take pictures of their stores and products for their own advertisement, websites, etc.. I have never had a job this huge. I have done real estate listings, business and product photography as well as family portraits. My question is..where do I go from here? I have no idea what to charge, what contract to write up for something of this magnitude. I want to do this by the book. This job means I am getting my foot majorly in the door, before any other 20+ years of experienced photographers have had the chance. Please help. Is there a book out there? I know I need to see an attorney to help me write a contract up but I have no idea what to charge. Thank-you in advance!
  • wow 3 months ago you were asking this http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/ind...then 3 weeks ago you were asking this http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/ind...and now...... you have landed a job which calls for specialist skills in many different things not the least is knowing your camera equipment, lighting and stuff like that. Coupled with a knowledge of licensing and the legal side of the business - None of which you seem to have. Ultimately this is 13 different jobs with 13 different sets of requirements from both a legal and photography point of view. There is absolutely no way with your current level of skill and expertise that you can actually do these jobs. You have no idea about the lighting as shown in your last question, you have absolutely no idea about the legal requirements and to be very very blunt you are way way out of your depth with this. If I were you I would have a word with one or two experienced architectural and interior photographers in your area and see if they want the job. You can sort out some sort of "finders fee" for this and also assist them with the commissions. That way you will make a bit of cash and learn more than you ever will trying to do this yourself.
  • You really don't need an attorney to write up a contract. There are programs out there like Fotobiz and Fotoquote from Cradoc inc. to help you with pricing. Generally, you are going to charge by the image, and you will have to charge each store, and the mall, separately, because you need to make sure the license agreement is granted to the correct companies. You are going to sit down with each party and find out what they want. Do they need one photo of their store front or a bunch of interior shots. Then you need to find out where the photos will be used, because that will factor in to the price. You are going to charge more for a photo that appears in a national print ad, then you will for one that only appears on a single website. Then you figure duration. The longer they want to use them, the more you charge. The next step is to figure out what your costs will be with a shoot. Do you need assistants, lights, extra gear, models? If you have models, will you need hair, makeup, and stylists. Those are the costs that should be charged directly to the client. You should not be charging a markup on them. Once you figure those things out, then you go back to the clients with an estimate. Once they approve it, you are good to go. As far as what to charge, it depends. I can give you an Extremely rough estimate of what I would charge. I would start at around $75 per image for one year of online use of an image, and around $250-$1,000 per image for print use. I would charge about $2,500 per image for unlimited use for up to 3 years. So if I had 12 store, plus the mall, coming to me and expecting 5 images each, the estimate would be between $3,600 and $120,000 plus another $3,000 in expenses. You cans see how big the range is, which is why it is important for you to determine the actual use of the image. Whatever you do, do not sell yourself short on this. I friend of min recently bid on a job for a home furnishing store to photograph about 150 small products for their website. He bid $7,500 which was very reasonable. They store felt that was too much, and went with a new photographer who offered to shoot the job for $500. The agreed. In the end, she spend 3 weeks, and $1,400 of her own money to complete the job. She got her name out there, but she lost $900 on the project. Do you think she gets any more jobs? No. Now that she knows what it costs, she bids more, and the jobs are given to other newbs who are willing to lose money on the project.
  • Well, I can help on the self employment front, though I'm not a photographer. Figure out the most it could cost you per print (or if you do everything digitally, charge by the hour... That's how I charge)... Also, remember that these malls are parts of corporations who throw money away for a living... Don't sell yourself short, charge them what you honestly think you should be making. These photos will inevitably be making THEM money as advertisements, so you have a lot of room for pricing. Also, whoever hired you isn't paying out of pocket, and 9 times out of 10, when you tell them the price it's usually no big deal. They're just going to call their higher-up and tell them the price, who is going to call their higher-up, etc. You could also stop by a local photography studio and ask what they charge, and how they price things.
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