Stop Leaving Money On The Table!
There's big pressure on stock photography prices these days but that doesn't mean you have to accept anything less than a fair and reasonable payment for your photography.
The Stock Photo Price Calculator takes real-time feedback from our 5000+ photographer members, so you always get an accurate guide of current market prices.
The Stock Photography Price Calculator will tell you what other working photographers consider a fair price for over 45,000 Rights-Managed Uses of your stock images.
It's quick and easy-to-use so you can get the information you need to price your photography accurately with just a couple of clicks.
This gives you the confidence to negotiate your photo sales efficiently and professionally, no matter what the photo-buyer asks for...
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- Make sure you get paid what your photos are really worth, each & every time!
- 3 simple steps to work out accurate market prices 20 seconds or less
- Currently 45000+ usage combinations, with new uses added all the time
- Constantly updating in real-time, based on 5000+ photographer's feedback
- Negotiate with confidence, knowing your starting point is always on the money!
Whether you use this photography price calculator or not... always remember... you don't have to give your work away for peanuts, just to stay in the game!
Feedback From Our Members
Determine reasonable fees very quickly
I've found the stock price calculator to be very useful for me in the Washington DC area. Many times I've shot photos for companies and then been contacted by third parties to get prices for usage. Because many of these are outlets are very specific to one industry, they are often trade publications, for instance a generic "here's what I always charge" system wouldn't be appropriate. So being able to use your price calculator has allowed me to determine reasonable fees very quickly and get photos to my clients.
My initial quote isn't a shot-in-the-dark...
It's great to be able to do a quick "sounding" when publishers ask for an image price quote given their geographic distribution and print impressions/voume. The SPPC allows me to do that quickly and easily -- a great starting point. I don't have to feel my initial quote is a shot-in-the-dark. Thanks for the site and service. I've used it many times as a resource.