I am a college student who does paid photography gigs on the side, and I've been hired by a local web startup to take 8 images of middle-aged and college aged people to be used as design elements in their website. They have asked me to find the models, conduct a test shoot to nail down the lighting and background, and then conduct the full shoot with all 8 people, all on a fairly tight deadline. I usually charge $50 an hour for event photography (including editing time), but I feel like I this is a shoot I could charge a lot more for. I've been researching licensing practice and recommended rates (from here: http://www.londonfreelance.org …sect=Online+use+of+photos), and even if I charged a fraction of the recommended prices I would make a ton from licensing 8 images. I'm wondering how I should price my time and my licenses, given that they would be licensing 8 images, probably at high resolution for unlimited distribution and no time restriction. I feel like a full-time pro would charge upwards of $1000 for something like this, so my intuition is that anything below that would be okay. I can also bill for the time spent finding models, with will probably be 3-4 hours at least - but again my hourly fee seems sort of arbitrary. I want to charge an offensive amount - there are definitely more experienced photographers they could hire - but I don't want to short-change myself either. Any thoughts?