Negotiating Stock Photo Prices
This reference work is an invaluable tool in helping photographers price uses of their work. Previous editions have been widely used by professional photographers & stock photo agents. The heart of the book is a 36 page section with pricing schedules for more than the 120 types of use such as: advertising, editorial, annual reports, brochures, catalogs, packaging, textbooks, tradebooks, posters, calendars, greeting cards, television, desktop publishing, on-line electronic, interactive CD-ROM, etc. The book also deals with practical advice about how to negotiate, factors to consider when pricing usages, & trade practices. Revolutionary changes are occurring in the stock photography industry as a result of the use of digital technology. This book discusses these changes in detail & gives image sellers the background they need to deal with new developments. More than 70,000 amateur & professional photographers in the United States sell rights to photos for print & electronic uses. Order copies by contacting: Jim Pickerell, 110 Frederick Avenue, Suite A, Rockville, MD 20850, Phone (301) 251-0720, FAX (301) 309-0941. Visa & MasterCard accepted.
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