Selling Picture to Publisher


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JKpicture

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I was contacted by a textbook publisher, they request to use one of my picture in their Geography textbooks for local students, for 5 years. The first print is about 7000 pcs.

I believe they just want to use the picture for publishing, and do not want the full copyright.

The company is an international publisher, I am not sure how much they can pay. But since this is for educational purpose, I do not want to overcharge.

How much should i charge them? Anyone knows the market rate?

Anyone here has experience in selling your artwork?

Thanks for help!
 

JKpicture

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Ya, even it is for educational purpose, for the future of next generation, but they are international company, they earn $ from us. and I need $ for camera upgade :)
 

billpepsi

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JKpicture said:
Ya, even it is for educational purpose, for the future of next generation, but they are international company, they earn $ from us. and I need $ for camera upgade :)

I was asked by some companies for free photos, they called it "Contribution", which I almost fainted. Since then, they avoided me.

Ya boy, who pays for our cam????
 

JKpicture

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Any company here doing stock photograph business? This is one of our opportunity to earn some pocket money
 

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