How does everyone here handle questions about pricing when you're out in public or on a gig? My roommate is having a birthday party in the park for her son on Saturday. I will be taking photos and just know that parents will be asking if they can get a copy of the photos and, more generally, how much my sitting fee (and other prices) is. I'm cautious as to what my answer should be on these. One thought I've had, concerning attendees of event photoshoots such as this getting copies, is to hand over prints (or heavily watermarked digital copies) if and only if they come in for a consultation and/or book a session. As for what my sitting fee is, if I give out my price right then and there, then they'll leave the party with just the number in their head and not so much what I could do to meet their individual needs. Multiple parents will be there so I would hate to steer away one couple with information that's directed towards another or is too general. So, I know all of this, but I'm at a bit of a loss as to what to say. One thought is to simply be upfront and tell them that it would be best that we sat down one-on-one, but I don't want to sound like I'm being dodgy or trying to entrap anyone. And I don't want to make it seem as though I am open to significantly negotiating price, because I'm not...not significantly. Any thoughts?