I had to chuckle at that commentary, JF. I think it's typical of the thought processes of us newcomers to the commercial end of the business. We're so used to giving away our work for "wows" that we have no understanding of their value. I did a portrait session recently, and sent the client a bill. He returned it with a check for double the amount I had invoiced, and thanked me for creating a family heirloom. I'm not sure which pleased me more... the money or the note, but the revenue has certainly helped my marital relations 8).jfenton said:I had forgotten to ask her opinion of how I should price my items so I called when I got home. I told her that as she would get 25% of the gross, that I'd like to price the larger pieces at $300 as I figured I'd gross $225 each and after the materials costs for the framing / matting which I'll do myself, I'd make about $175 a piece. She kinda chuckled and advised that in her experience, we should start at $450 each and see how it goes.