A friend of mine is in good with someone who runs a local zoo in the area. He was able to get us access to the zoo during off hours so we can run around and shoot some photos and have fun.
The third time we went there we were approached by the "Creative Director" who asked to see some of our images. He liked the images and asked about licensing them from us to use for web, promotions, etc. We never thought anyone would want to purchase these photos, it was more of a let's go have some fun kind of thing.
After a couple conversations with the "Creative Director" we have established a list of about 50 photos they would like "unlimited usage" of. We already explained that we would not want to give away the rights to the images, which they are fine with.
I have done some portrait work in the past but priced that according to my time and complexity. I was hoping someone here would have an idea of how I could price something like this? It is something I have no experience with and have never been approached for such a sale before.
Like I said, we were there just for fun and were not planning on selling the images so we were not keeping track of the time spent there, etc... We would like to give them a price that is fair to both parties. Any help would be appreciated.