Forums > General Industry > how much to charge?

Model

Margo Frances H

Posts: 7

Los Angeles, California, US

Apr 04 13 09:55 am Link

Photographer

Orca Bay Images

Posts: 32233

Lodi, California, US

That sounds reasonable.

Apr 05 13 09:43 am Link

Photographer

Erick Blink

Posts: 397

Burbank, California, US

That depends entirely on your demand.  Try charging what you think you're worth and adjust up or down based upon the amount of work you're getting.

Apr 05 13 12:16 pm Link

Model

Erika Rieck

Posts: 36

Chicago, Illinois, US

I am a new model and I don't know what to charge? I seen models charge anywhere from $25 to 100. I don't want to charge to little or to much. I was thinking about like $30.
Then I seem some models add two hours mim.  Help?

Apr 21 13 05:40 pm Link

Photographer

AJ_In_Atlanta

Posts: 12826

Atlanta, Georgia, US

Every market is different and rates are far from standard in the freelance world.  You can take start low and work your way up based on how much work you are getting.  This will change over time, consider it an ongoing process.

In the end its really about if you have a look that people are willing to pay for or not.

Apr 21 13 05:45 pm Link

Photographer

Photos by DeanR

Posts: 580

Langley, British Columbia, Canada

Margo Hamman wrote:

What happened to the post?

Apr 21 13 11:32 pm Link