|Quoting Dazbo5 (Reply 3):|
In my experience, once they know you won't be sending them a copy for free, you often don't hear back from them and they just keep sending emails to photographers with similar shots until they get someone willing to send them a photo for free. That's why we all need to stand together!
|Quoting Stevemchey (Reply 4):|
I just sold a 36x24 print to Alaska Airlines and they happily paid me $300.
|Quoting Dazbo5 (Reply 9):|
I think the above applies to any photo really. If they won't make you an offer, ask yourself what you think they are worth. How big do they want to print them? How many copies of each do they want? Are they printing them or you (costs / time)? If they just want a couple of each to hang on the wall then I'd probably ask about £20-30 for the photos (for the set) as it's only small reproduction, you aren't giving away any copyright and they're for use in a persons home. That's just me though, I'm sure others will think differently!
|Quoting Opso1 (Reply 12):|
I've had an offer of $9000 from them this morning
|Quoting Dendrobatid (Reply 10):|
Now there is a real irony as Alaskan Airlines complained about their aircraft images being available for sale on the site so all were withdrawn from the prints for sale option (when that was working)