18435RE: [PanoToolsNG] Re: How much do you charge for a VR??
- Mar 4, 2008Hi Yannis.
I'm a member of CAPIC and I don't sell my copyright on Panos to clients
As you suggested.. I license the usage. The rate that I'm implimenting in
Calgary and Vancouver is:
*A "Capture" fee of $600.00.
*Panos shot on the day of the "Capture" are licensed for $500.00/ year.
*They can license 1 ........ several or none, if they like..
Nobody has ever not licensed at least 1!
I don't "host" the panos.... I turn over a web ready folder with .swf and
I use FPP for this.
In North America
From: PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com [mailto:PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of panotonic01
Sent: Tuesday, March 04, 2008 6:41 AM
Subject: [PanoToolsNG] Re: How much do you charge for a VR??
I think $ 250 is a good starting point. Underneath, possibly for real
estate agents, for 3 to 6 months using, the time of the sale process.
After everything is expandable depending on the complexity of
shooting.So no limit for the maximum. I will be glad to hear someone
sell a Vr for $5000.
But I would like for mines nexts submissions, add a cost to use the
VR for a period of time such as:
$ 200 additional on production costs for 3 years of use , $ 300 for 5
years, etc., but never a lifetime, VRs still property of the
Fee is expandable if the compagny is international or local.
It s the rule that applies photographers authors like CAPIC (THE
CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF PHOTOGRAPHERS AND ILLUSTRATORS IN
It is in my opinion the way to do so that our work is a reward its
I hope to encourage more of a demarche in this and especially Jean
Pierre and Yuval, because we are in the same area. For this benefit
to all if we go in this direction billing and enhance our rights.
Any reactions of people who already use this system?
I hope to be understand with my little english and especially by my
[Chris Thomas] snip
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