This could be a weird question, but ... my apartment complex has a website. On the site, there are a few photos (here). However, as I'm sure you can tell if you take a look, the photos are not very good (to be incredibly diplomatic). I also don't think they show the complex very well, nor the apartment interiors. So I've been thinking about going down to the main office and asking if they would like me to take some photos of the complex and, if they like them then they could buy them from me. Or I could take some exterior shots and bring them for display purposes, see if they want to use them, and then maybe they'd have me do some interiors. But, the practical side of me says, "You're trying to sell these photographs to people who may not want them, and unless you phrase it just right - since you lack any tact - it's going to come off as arrogant and condescending." The two people in the front office are very nice, and have worked here for years, one of them for 30 years. They bake cookies for Christmas and give them to residents, and the younger one - my age - knows that I "do" photography and have sold photos before. So ... does this seem like something I should try to pursue? If so, how? And if so, what should I be looking for in terms of compensation? Again, the practical side of me is saying that I should be happy with pretty much any monetary amount since I'm not an established photographer and I'm trying to convince them to buy something from me when they may think what they have is good enough already. Sorry, I guess I'm rambling. You get the idea of the situation and what I'm asking ... let me know what you think.