I'll go ahead and apologize in advance as I'm sure there are threads on this topic out there but I'm out of the country and this is the first time I've had Internet in three days and the connection is terrible. So searching would be a terribly long experience. Anyway, received an email a day or two ago from a local firm who found my images on flickr and asked to use them on their website that they are building. They asked what my prices/policies are and mentioned they were not wanting to do a continued royalty fee, just a one time purchase. I'm just a hobbist, I do photography for my enjoyment so this is new ground. Honestly I'd love to have my work out there even if I make almost nothing, but it'd be cool to make a few bucks too. For reference the images are just random shots of our downtown area - my city has lots of hometown pride. The images are hdr's shot with a d90 and sigma 10-20mm. So what I'm needing is a little advice on is what is an acceptable amount to charge is and what do you generally specify for the image (length of time the image can be displayed, resolution, etc)? Like I said, I'm not out to make a fortune. If $10 per photo is the going rate I'd be fine with that, but I don't want to sell myself short. And I also don't want to ask too much and them decide to go with someone else. Anyway, if anyone has some advice I'd certainly appreciate it. Thanks!