Question on Pricing

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I have been contacted by a firm to use an image in a 5ft x 5 ft lite display and then possibly in some advertisement.
I have no idea how to price that, but they did indicate the limit would be 10 uses.. not sure what that means.

I see this as a way to fund myself a Z6 and the 24-200 lens and XQD card, as I dont want to be greedy and figure that is around $3000.
too high?
too low?
 

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Back when I was shooting and pricing commercial, sounds just about right, but now, in the past 10 years with micro stock, sorry, I have no clue. Maybe others have an idea.

also, were you contacted by the actual main firm? or a Design agency working for the firm, big difference, Design company/agency will have a much tighter budget than the actual company and they will have already priced the project with a bid.
 
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It is actually a County that wants to use it for Tourism advertising
 
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If I can fun a Z6 and lens, I would be happy as long as they dont take advantage...
 

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If I can fun a Z6 and lens, I would be happy as long as they dont take advantage...
I suggest a time frame of unlimited use, worked for me in the past. Say 1 year, unlimited use for advertising for the county at your price with no national level advertising, only allowing just local and state? Just spitballing what I had in my contracts. But counties do vary in size and scope.
 

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