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    Is there such a thing as "day rate" for commercial photography? Or is it ONLY chargeable by 'per shot'? Any seniors can advise? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by juliet View Post
    Is there such a thing as "day rate" for commercial photography? Or is it ONLY chargeable by 'per shot'? Any seniors can advise? Thanks!
    Hello Juliet,

    There's been many questions about photography rates in this section. In short, it ranges from $1200/day to $2400/day, but it can get pretty complex and some might charge more. Here are some links you might want to check out.

    Please check the sticky first:
    http://clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=230321

    http://clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=314830

    http://clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=257616

    http://clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=311237

    best regards
    Wesley

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    thanks wesley! will read those threads.

    i guess my confusion is a result of never hearing of 'day rates' for commercial photography. I've only heard of photogs charging by 'per shot'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juliet View Post
    thanks wesley! will read those threads.

    i guess my confusion is a result of never hearing of 'day rates' for commercial photography. I've only heard of photogs charging by 'per shot'.
    You can charge any way you want. Per shot, per print, per use, per day, per hour, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juliet View Post
    thanks wesley! will read those threads.

    i guess my confusion is a result of never hearing of 'day rates' for commercial photography. I've only heard of photogs charging by 'per shot'.
    It really depends on how you want to position yourself. Most importantly, you've gotta have the ownership of the copyright of those photos.

    If you charge 'per shot', becareful of re-shoot.
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