Production Cost vs. Value To The Customer
Posted on 4/9/2012 by Jim Pickerell | Printable Version |
Photographers lament the low prices being paid to use some of their
“unique and unusual images,” particularly when the images are costly to
produce and unlikely to be in high demand. Some photographers,
particularly those with unique scientific/nature images, believe that
specialist agencies are “shooting themselves in the foot” when they
place such images with Getty, Corbis and Alamy. These major distributors
dramatically discount the prices they charge for the use of images
regardless of how much they cost to produce.
Copyright © 2012 Jim Pickerell
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