While zipping through Rob Galbraith’s A Photo Editor blog (get to know it, seriously) one of the posts jumped out as something I had to share. The post relates an example of infringement, and it’s a great little read with regard to the value of photography, from a commercial standpoint. Read it here:
The only way to sell something (image licenses, for instance) is to believe in the product and it’s worth to the client. If you don’t believe/understand your value to the client you’re leaving money on the table. Period.
I could go on about this, and often do. For the full-on when/where/why/how about intellectual property (that’s your photos), usage, licensing and negotiating, register for my business seminar! Scheduled to go off again early in May, 2012.
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