I'm starting to have some people ask me for prints, and I need to figure out what to charge for them. These are not clients from scheduled or contractual sessions, these are people who have stumbled upon my website or discovered it by word-of-mouth and want to buy prints. My understanding is that it's a balance between market demand ("how much is the customer willing to pay?"), seller demand ("how much money do I want to make?") and exclusivity ("is there a similar photo they could buy for less money somewhere else and is a limited edition print run?"). I think have an upper-hand in exclusivity. Some of the pictures I'm being asked for are requested for specific reasons. For example, someone wants to buy a print of a specific (and rather unique) car in a drag race because the car belongs to a friend. And other than that, the vast majority of my photos are taken around where I live during unique conditions (eg.: very unusual clouds, ever-changing construction areas, etc.). So, I've considered: my time spent out shooting the cost of printing my time supplying the printer will the photo and picking up the print my time spent packaging That I live in a small hick town of cheap Mennonites (of which I am one ) The print media itself: professional 8x10 inkjet print on glossy photo paper (both the ink and paper is waterproof and includes a 200-year guarantee against fading) I won't want to be too low that I'm undervaluing myself, but I don't want to be too high that I scare off potential customers. I was thinking of starting at $30 for this particular media and size (not matted or mounted) Based on the information, what do you think of that price?