Alright guys, I know I said I wouldn't be on here for a few weeks because I had to study, however.. I have to get some stuff sorted out for my photography gig this summer -- Shooting Dirt Track Car Racing. The first race is on 3-17, so I've gotta get moving on this.. it can't wait until after my tests are over. Here is what I'm thinking I'm going to do: Take photos, get home, and edit them. Then print out a few of the better ones, as well as 2 or 3 of the winner of each class, then bring those photos back the following week and sell them. If they sell out, or people want different photos or custom editing (text on the photo, etc) then they can place an order to be delivered the following week. I'm also going to sell photos online through my smugmug site. I'm going to have an assistant running a booth selling photos for me, while I'm out shooting. The assistant is a fellow photographer, so they will also be helping me take photos throughout the night. They will be on commission based pay, but I'm not sure what percentage to put it at, or if I need to have a guaranteed flat rate that they make, as well as commission on top of that. Heck, I'm not even sure how much money I can make at this or if it's worth my time. However, it's going to be fun, and a good learning experience if nothing else, and it will get my name out there for alot of people to see. Still looking at different options for printing as well... I could do it through my smugmug/ez prints, but then shipping costs me an arm and a leg if I want the prints to be here in time for the following week. And the only local place to get them printed is walmart, or target. We don't have any photo labs locally. Also not sure what size to print off and bring with me to sell, or if I should put text on the photos that I bring with me (drivers name, etc) As far as pricing, I've got it worked out to this: If I sell 20 photos per week at an average cost of $7.50 per photo, I'll be making $10 an hour for my time. Not ideal, and I'd like to make more, but it is what it is. My break even point is about $85-90 per week the way I've got it figured out right now. Basically I'm just throwing this out here for advice, or to see if you guys see any holes in my plan, or things I can do better.