My wife and I visited a local (One and a half hours away) Bed & Breakfast last fall. It was a gift of a getaway weekend for her, but actually a sneaky way for me (us) to get away so I could shoot some photos. Anyway... I just sent the owner of the B&B a link to a panoramic shot I took: Chris Stegner - BluegrassPhotography.Net | Nashville Indiana As well as a gallery of stuff I shot in the nearby area: Chris Stegner - BluegrassPhotography.Net | Nashville Indiana I told him to let me know if he enjoyed the shots and to contact me if he had any need for them. At this point, let me say that I am not interested in becoming a "business". I have posted comments on here before expressing my dis-interest in becoming a "professional". Now I do however believe that you can sell some shots without being a "Pro". That sounds odd I know, but what the heck. He emailed me back within an hour and said he'd like to talk to me about using some of my stuff for his 2010 calendar. My question is, how should I price something like this? I'm thinking maybe get a free weekend out of him for the photos. Or maybe even suggest that I re-visit with the sole purpose of shooting the entire weekend and sell him the rights to whatever he wants. Would I be screwing myself to give up the rights? Would it be best to sell on a "per image" basis? Any suggestions would be helpful! Thanks in advance!