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Joseph Giannetti wrote: > There was a photographer back in the 70' s that charged 5 or 6 > thousand a day and people had to wait three months before they get to > shoot with him his name was" Iriving Penn" and then there was also "Hiro" > and when you talked to the art director afterwards they would act like > the got the most incredible job for very little money. > > So charge more > Its the image, not the process and certainly not what people think its > worth Very true. It is said that the large middle class of phographers is becoming extinct. The sad part is that many photographers think they are on the top when they have no idea where the top is - it is far beyond their wildest imagination. If you are using $5.00 paper to produce $5.00 prints the paper costs are too high. Why not talk about what you charge to make a print? I think this will shed some light on why some consider paper costs to be high and others to not care what it costs. Tim Olive - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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