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Thread: If someone ask to use your pics...wat will you do?

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    Default If someone ask to use your pics...wat will you do?

    There have been much discussion here on issues where our pictures are leeched to be displayed on another website.

    Assuming you received an email asking permission to use one of your pic in some company's website...wat would you do?...charge them for the use?...how much would you charge?...

    Would like to hear your views here...

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    charge them lar! per image.

    if you want to sell your rights charge higher, if you allow them to use per media (e.g) web, charge lower.

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    hmm...any price range that I can base the price on?

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    anyone??..............

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelster
    anyone??..............
    Seriously, the price depends on you and whether you're selling the rights to the pic as well.

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    rite...thnx anyway!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelster
    hmm...any price range that I can base the price on?
    do your self a favour, dun shortchange yourself. also dun kill your client as he/she may have more business for you in the future. Think of a sum that they are most willingly to pay without hurting your pride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belle&Sebastain
    do your self a favour, dun shortchange yourself. also dun kill your client as he/she may have more business for you in the future. Think of a sum that they are most willingly to pay without hurting your pride.
    wow!...
    what range is 'shortchange'?
    what range is 'for future business'?

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