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How much to sell photosets for?

Discussion in 'Ask-a-Model!' started by Witchessleep, Sep 14, 2018.

  1. Witchessleep

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    I just made an account on ELM the other day. I was reading another post about someone who asked a similar question, but the quality of my photos are a little grainier since it was taken with a webcam. People on her thread suggested $5/5 photos or maybe $10/15 photos if they're having a deal. Should they be slightly cheaper? I'm not too fond of the quality, but the webcam was the only thing that allowed me to take photos at a certain angle (setting up the phone was almost impossible with what I had). Or alternatively, are there lighting tricks or editing tricks in GIMP that could make the quality better?

    Example of the graininess attached (cropped, of course).
     

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  2. JyJy

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    I used to sell my photo sets (10-15 maximum) for 40$.
     
  3. Witchessleep

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    What if quality of photos is kind of grainy (like what I attached)? Would it be better to do $10/15 and then charge more (mabye double) when I get better quality?
     
  4. charlotteleductasse

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    you could take photos with a phone that has a timer and try many angles, when you have income you can buy some base of your skin color to correct imperfections and look for a good light ocn site.
    my profile picture was taken with a phone and with good natural light.I think you can find an intermediate point to sell your content, experience new prices can also offer offers
     
  5. Witchessleep

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    I was able to take some with my phone (although to get certain angles, I would need a stand), but I was thinking I sell these photos, which are better quality $1 a piece for a set of 10-11, then the "low res" ones at a "discount" ($10/15)?
     
  6. charlotteleductasse

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    it sounds good, just take care not to give away content and struggle to offer better quality to the users as time goes by
     
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  7. JyJy

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    Your photos (unique), your price.
    If some customers don't agree... They can go buy other photos away. That's what I used to say to beggars who would ask for smaller price or free sample.
    P.S. when they ask for free samples they will never buy anything.
     
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