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Selling an image
So I've just been contacted by a web developer in Australia asking if I'd be willing to sell one of my visuals for one of her clients. The clients business is nothing to do with 3d visualisation - apparently something to do with aged care.
What do you think? Has anyone had experience of this kind of thing before?
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12/12/2014 11:16:28 PM (last edit: 12/12/2014 11:16:28 PM)
Has she offered you price?
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12/13/2014 12:02:46 AM (last edit: 12/13/2014 12:02:46 AM)
No. She is asking how much I'd be willing to sell it for. I don't have a clue!
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12/13/2014 12:09:56 AM (last edit: 12/13/2014 12:09:56 AM)
A digital image? If it's owned by you and doesnt require re-render to suit and also lets you retain personal usage for your own web purposes, then what, £250? You cant really go nuts.
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12/13/2014 12:14:44 AM (last edit: 12/13/2014 12:19:54 AM)
Yeah I know. Apparently they had been looking on royalty free sites but couldn't find a suitable image for what they wanted . They then found mine just browsing Google images. Glad to know people are at least finding my site! Haha
Will test the water at that sort of price and see what they say.
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12/13/2014 12:20:06 AM (last edit: 12/13/2014 12:20:06 AM)
I'd get in there first. I bet she offers 100 nikka. Give her your price, then let her talk you down rather than you talk her up
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12/13/2014 12:22:02 AM (last edit: 12/13/2014 12:22:02 AM)
I guess it would also be wise to clarify if she then has SOLE rights to it - or would another client in the UK for example, be able to use it commercially?
This shouldn't be a big stumbling block, just a term to agree so that no one gets any nasty surprises one day.
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12/13/2014 7:38:28 AM (last edit: 12/13/2014 7:38:28 AM)
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