To quickly set the stage....... I cover rodeo events through out the year. I am hire by the "Association" and the "Producer" of the events. I am there on their behalf, to provide images for them. Then, anyone who may be interested in images of themselves, I am able to sell directly to them. That said....... As I am sure we all are getting, I had an inquiry about selling digital files. I provided my usual response which is something along the lines of: we very rarely sell our digital files. We would be happy to include social media sized files of purchase images of a certain size or larger. In the very rare instance where we have sold a digital file, the prices have started at $X and went up from there (price being determined by intended use of the image). Also, we do not ever sell or turn over our rights to an image. I then elaborate a bit on the above by mentioning the quality of the prints by utilizing "my" professional printer, as opposed to a Wal-Mart, Walgreens, etc. They reply saying: okay. So there is no way for me to purchase the digital file so I can have it and get a canvas print made? They asked this, after I had already sent them a current pricing sheet. The pricing sheet also clearly shows that we offer canvas prints. The sizes of the canvas prints are listed, along with their costs. In the end, this individual did not pay for my service and time of being at the event. Images of them were a product of me being there for someone else. Now, they want a canvas print, but do not want to purchase it from me. There is a part of me that says, sure, I will sell you the digital file. The cost will be 2/3 to 75% of the cost of a canvas if purchased from me. Which I am fairly certain they will not agree to. Then, part of me wants to simply say.......I'm sorry but I can not help you. What says the forum crowd?