I know there are alot of threads here on product pricing. Haven't been in the forum for a while, I'm glad to be back and still shooting!
I'm pricing a job now - for a client who is very specific and extremely savvy on just about everything. He knows exactly what he wants- but I have no idea how to price it out:
A series of product shots done on infinite white background
Five to six boxes each of the product (product is a box sized item - about 8 x10) - shot from three standard angles.
Bracelets: five bracelets. Each shot
in packaging, three or four shots
Without packaging two to three shots
Worn on wrist, three to five shots
"We would just need the raw files, no Photoshop work required"
I know that is extremely rare, and mostly a no-no in the photog world. On one hand - no photoshop means much less time, but it also means I'm going to have to nail my exposures and stuff!
I know he will want all rights. I understand why, and I also know why he wants the raw only. I have shot this client himself before - a portrait shoot when I was just starting out. I gave him an amazing deal at that time. He's a good guy, but I don't want to get hosed, as I feel I did a bit on the first shoot.
Any ideas, advice, ect?
Thanks for all your help!!