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  • How much do I charge for fashion editorial?

    Hello everybody,

    I have been asked to do an editorial fashion shooting for a shop that has stores in different places of the USA. The shooting would be only published online. I am in charge of searching the concept, location and model - with their opinion as well. Budget for the model is 600 dollars per day.

    I have checked the "how much do I charge..." in the forum but I could not find a case like mine. I have no experience in paid fashion shootings, but the quality of my work is in my opinion good - does not look amateur.

    How much do you think I should charge per day?

    Thanks for your help

  • #2
    Just to clarify; They are paying one model $600 per day? Do you know how many days shooting they have budgeted for?
    Art: www.jamieorourke.co.uk
    Work: www.jamieorourkephotography.co.uk
    Sony a200 Sony a580, Canon 500D, Canon 550D, Canon 600D, Canon 600D

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    • #3
      Hi, yes 600 per day.

      I think in principle the shooting will only be one day.

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      • #4
        Web?????, if it for web only make sure it says that and no other publication rights are granted. I'd charge at least $1500.00 a day. Or rather, ask them what they have budgeted for photography and haggle from there.
        Last edited by Jim Bryant; 01-09-2013, 07:12 PM.
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        http://jimbryantphotography.blogspot.com/
        (1) EOS 1D MKIII (3) EOS 1D's, (3) EOS1D MKIIs', (1) EOS1Ds MKII, 14mmf2.8, 16-35mmf2.8, 28-70mmf2.8, 70-200mm f2.8, 300mm f2.8 and a 400mmf2.8, (4) 550 EX and 1 580E speedlite, and a Speed a tron studio flash system.

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        • #5
          Yes it is only web, but I will make sure. I shoot film, should I add something for this fact or is 1500$ a standard price for such a work?

          thanks

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          • #6
            Do they know you shoot film?
            Extra work extra cost - they might be expecting a quick turnaround
            Art: www.jamieorourke.co.uk
            Work: www.jamieorourkephotography.co.uk
            Sony a200 Sony a580, Canon 500D, Canon 550D, Canon 600D, Canon 600D

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            • #7
              They asked me if I do at the same time they asked my budget, so I guess they will consider this point in my price

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              • #8
                Cool cool, will you be just shooting or doing ALL the post as well? Ie the full on photoshop tweaks etc or do they have a graphic designer who will take your photos and do cutouts/merges etc for the magazine/catelogue?
                Art: www.jamieorourke.co.uk
                Work: www.jamieorourkephotography.co.uk
                Sony a200 Sony a580, Canon 500D, Canon 550D, Canon 600D, Canon 600D

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                • #9
                  Filmmmmm? what's that? You'd have to charge them 50% markup in film prices, processing, proofing and scanning per hour.
                  http://pa.photoshelter.com/c/jimbryant
                  http://jimbryantphotography.blogspot.com/
                  (1) EOS 1D MKIII (3) EOS 1D's, (3) EOS1D MKIIs', (1) EOS1Ds MKII, 14mmf2.8, 16-35mmf2.8, 28-70mmf2.8, 70-200mm f2.8, 300mm f2.8 and a 400mmf2.8, (4) 550 EX and 1 580E speedlite, and a Speed a tron studio flash system.

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                  • #10
                    you can charge $1500-$2000. but make sure they have a publication rights to publish photos on web only not other.

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