I have people I know and deal with on a regular basis from days gone by with my involvement in the Art world. I was showing some my photos that I have taken and was caught a bit off guard (actually completely off guard) when I was asked how much prints would be, I blurted out a price, thinking they would think I was joking but the next words where when I could have them ready. I informed them 2 to 3 weeks and the first two sales I included a frame of their choice, mounted and matted, since then I have sold 6 more and those are all extras now and still no debate on price. Now because I am charging a fair amount of money I want to limit my prints, number and sign the backs of them. What my question is what do people find reasonable for limited print numbers? I want to limit what I sell of each one, having been in the business I know the more copies out there the less the work is worth, I am thinking of limited runs of 100 for each photo that I can actually get sales from and keep charging what I have for some very odd reason been able to get. There are two photos which have sold, 5 of one and 3 of another, neither had ever been posted online thankfully but once I made the second sale I removed almost every photo of mine off line. I will be getting a website up soon to display photos but I want to keep the size as small as I can get away with, what is a good size for display but small enough to be not worth stealing to have them enlarged for printing? and other recommendations for the quality of online display? All my photos online will be Digimarked since I already have a license for my Graphic Arts I do for a living, but that is only good for online posting, not for printing and any graphic art I do that are for printing is for clients so the theft of them was never my problem or concern since once I am paid I hold no rights to them anyway. I really do not expect to make a living off this, but I know I can sell a small limited amount to help pay for this hobby of sorts. I found once I learned my DSLR it was like riding a bike, I had some limited success 20 some odd years ago with B&W film photography but was not expecting it to come all flooding back to me so fast, the odd thing was it was not my B&W that sold but some of my colour photos, which I am still screwed up about lol. I was not expecting the reaction I received, they have all left deposits so I know the sales will go through. So I need to start looking at this as a Business of sorts and any suggestions to what I have inquired about would be appreciated. Now if only I could get really good night shots I would be laughing, shooting film at night is not even close to using a DLSR from what I can recall of doing night time film photography, it was so much easier for me from what I recall.