Looking for information on how to price licensing and assignment work?

PhotoQuote Pro is the software I use.

Get 10-15% off with this code (upgrades excluded) – JPC0111.

Stock and Assignment Photo Price Guide
“When someone wants to use one of your photos, you don’t need a number pulled out of a hat, you need help to get paid fairly for your work. You need fotoQuote, the industry standard photo pricing guide for stock and assignment photography.

The fotoQuote photo pricing guide is the only source of photo pricing information for photographers that includes powerful coaching help for every category. The fotoQuote price guide not only helps you come up with a fair price for your image license, but it also gives you the negotiation information you need to help you close the sale.”

FotoQuote Pro 6 New Features
New Markets
Over 86 new categories, including 35 video stock footage categories
New Stock Photography Pricing Categories
86 new photo pricing categories, bringing the total to 304
Updated Stock and Assignment Photography Prices
New Coach Information
38 Assignment Coach topics, including tips on breaking into the video market
Redesigned Interface Enhancements
Streamlined interface makes this the easiest to use fotoQuote ever
Quote Packs
Easy Quote Creation with Thumbnails & License by Image
New International Features
New Stock Photo Pricing Coach Information

Everything you need for pricing and negotiating is at your fingertips
Pricing Assignment Photography
With the new and updated Coach categories the Assignment Coach is so full of information that it’s like having a photo pricing seminar built into the program. You also get negotiating suggestions on how to deal with clients …”

Learn more about PhotoQuote here.

Find more business resources here.

Learn more in my Digital Printing and Digital Photography workshops.


Looking for information on how to price licensing and assignment work?
PhotoQuote Pro is the software I use.

“When someone wants to use one of your photos, you don’t need a number pulled out of a hat, you need help to get paid fairly for your work. You need fotoQuote, the industry standard photo pricing guide for stock and assignment photography.

FotoQuote is the only source of photo pricing information for photographers that includes powerful coaching help for every category. FotoQuote not only helps you come up with a fair price for your image license, but it also gives you the negotiation information you need to help you close the sale.

FotoQuote Pro 6 has just been released and it’s our biggest upgrade in the almost twenty years since the original version of our photo pricing calculator was written. We’ve added 86 new categories bringing the total to 304. The new version now includes both still and video stock footage categories, assignment pricing, thumbnails, international currency and much more.”

Learn more about PhotoQuote here.

Find more business resources here.

Learn more in my Digital Printing and Pro Portfolio workshops.


Scott Sheppard and I talk about prints, the fine art market, editions, pricing, licensing, and much, much, more in this informative interview.

Listen to the podcast here.

Find it on iTunes. Search for Inside Analog Photo Radio.

Find Inside Analog Radio online here.


Have you ever wondered what photographs are worth at auction?
Here are three photos that won the highest bids to date.

Andreas Gurky’s 99 cent II, Diptych, the first photograph to sell for more than $3 million, sold for $3,340,456 at a Sotheby’s auction in London, February 2007.

Edward Steichen’s “The Pond – Moonlight”, once the world’s highest selling photograph, was sold for $2,928,000 at Sotheby’s in New York in February, 2006.

Richard Prince’s “Anonymous (Cowboy)”, the first photograph to reach $1 million, sold for $1,248,000 at Christie’s in New York in November 2005.

See what’s at auction at Sotheby’s.

See what’s at auction at Christie’s.

The live auction benefit for Maine Media Workshops is happening now on eBay Live Auctions.

Tell us what you think about the prices of photographs today. Comment!


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