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Feb 17, 2010 03:55 as a reply to  @ post 9625566 |  #2596

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I have been approached by an architect working for one of the big four banks about supplying one of my photos to display at a local branch featuring an image of a local street festival . It will be for permanent display – the size they are looking at is 4.7x2.6 metres. From the brief conversation I had with the architect I think the image will be semi-transparent on the main window of the branch – the branch is on a major arterial road close to the CBD.

This is a new ball game for me and I’m not sure how to price this. Any advice on pricing would be appreciated.

1-2K??
Nice work btw!

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A lever to lower the body for better cornering and handling? Now that's swanky ;) Ours only has a lever to lower/raise the body to cut the grass at a higher or lower level :lol:

Yeah actually now that you mention it, it does seem to cut the grass shorter when in "sports mode"


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Feb 17, 2010 03:55 |  #2597

Woohooo. My lens has been selled :)


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Feb 17, 2010 04:01 |  #2598

JustinLawrence wrote in post #9625579 (external link)
1-2K??
Nice work btw!

Thanks - I'm thinking a bit more - the closest I can find is for a Billboard on Getty Images - if I use their calculator it is over $5K.

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Woohooo. My lens has been selled :)

Congrats!

Which lens and how much did you get?


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Feb 17, 2010 04:02 |  #2599

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Woohooo. My lens has been selled :)

Right price?




  
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Feb 17, 2010 04:09 |  #2600

My 70-200/4 that was on auction at ebay.
Ended at 674AUD, so around 650 net. More or less the expected price.


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Feb 17, 2010 04:10 |  #2601

fungry wrote in post #9625580 (external link)
Woohooo. My lens has been selled :)

~$650 after fees, not too bad considering it's ~$750 posted from Citiwide and a bit more from DWI!

blackshadow wrote in post #9625584 (external link)
Thanks - I'm thinking a bit more - the closest I can find is for a Billboard on Getty Images - if I use their calculator it is over $5K.

I know I have minimal experience compared to you but I'd certainly be aiming for at least $5k for a job like that. Are you able to share the photo with us or would you prefer to wait till after it's all sorted? Maybe once it's up you could show us a photo of the photo ;)

JustinLawrence wrote in post #9625579 (external link)
Yeah actually now that you mention it, it does seem to cut the grass shorter when in "sports mode"

:lol: It's not seriously labelled as sports mode is it?!




  
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Feb 17, 2010 04:12 as a reply to  @ S7000's post |  #2602

Right, im taking the perceived easy path.

Suggestions for a ND Holder and various filters for the 50D?
Cokin P series has been recommended as has the Lee kit.

Anecdotal reports from user experiences much appreciated.


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Feb 17, 2010 04:16 |  #2603

Alright. I put my hand up so here's the day one.

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Feb 17, 2010 04:17 |  #2604

blackshadow wrote in post #9625298 (external link)
I have been approached ....about supplying one of my photos .... It will be for permanent display – the size they are looking at is 4.7x2.6 metres.... on the main window of the branch – the branch is on a major arterial road close to the CBD.....
blackshadow wrote in post #9625513 (external link)
I had an event to shoot last week .......
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Shot 3 - the final product - some cropping and minor post processing.

Hey Richard...You done good !!!

Austen.



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Feb 17, 2010 04:17 |  #2605

Ooo Al, interesting :)


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Feb 17, 2010 04:18 |  #2606

fungry wrote in post #9625597 (external link)
My 70-200/4 that was on auction at ebay.
Ended at 674AUD, so around 650 net. More or less the expected price.

Nice one!

It's good having no more lens for sell.




  
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Feb 17, 2010 04:20 |  #2607

Warrenism wrote in post #9625601 (external link)
Right, im taking the perceived easy path.

Suggestions for a ND Holder and various filters for the 50D?
Cokin P series has been recommended as has the Lee kit.

Anecdotal reports from user experiences much appreciated.

I've got Cokin. I like them, they're also priced well.

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Alright. I put my hand up so here's the day one.

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Good luck Al! :lol:




  
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Feb 17, 2010 04:20 |  #2608

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Alright. I put my hand up so here's the day one.
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None too shabby Al !!!

Here's mine .....

Austen.


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Feb 17, 2010 04:24 |  #2609

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I know I have minimal experience compared to you but I'd certainly be aiming for at least $5k for a job like that. Are you able to share the photo with us or would you prefer to wait till after it's all sorted? Maybe once it's up you could show us a photo of the photo ;)

If it happens Glenn I'll certainly post the photo. Something that's interesting in the photo they are interested in is the bank branch in question is in the background of the photo.

justAL wrote in post #9625608 (external link)
Alright. I put my hand up so here's the day one.

QUOTED IMAGE

Cool - I might think about the 365 project when things slow down a little for me.

charlieharper wrote in post #9625610 (external link)
Hey Richard...You done good !!!

Austen.

Spanks Austen!

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None too shabby Al !!!

Here's mine .....

Austen.

Ahhh Ye Olde Leura PO - cool!


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Feb 17, 2010 04:33 |  #2610

justAL wrote in post #9625608 (external link)
Alright. I put my hand up so here's the day one.

Love the way you've positioned yourself in relation to the way the light hits the ground. Nice.

S7000 wrote in post #9625614 (external link)
It's good having no more lens for sell.

It's good having my favourite 1D2 + 24-70 with me all the time :)

blackshadow wrote in post #9625626 (external link)
If it happens Glenn I'll certainly post the photo. Something that's interesting in the photo they are interested in is the bank branch in question is in the background of the photo.

Awesome :) Did they realise that and want to take advantage of it (amongst the other features of the photo) or was it just by chance that they decided on yours and realised it later? Either way, I'd be stoked if I was in your position. It'd be a nice change seeing my own photo printed as you described!




  
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