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What photographers are charging

Posted by: Tim Bilsborough

Here is the result from our photography day rate survey that everyone most wanted to see - the rates that commercial photographers in the UK and the US are charging for their work.

See the results for the full survey here

(See the results of the full survey here)

What does this mean for photographers?

Getting the result for surveys such as this are always fascinating - getting an insight into how our peers are working and charging - but the point of making this information available is so that photographers can develop tactics based on better market knowledge and understanding, that will help them to stay in business and even thrive in what has been a challenging climate for photographers for many years.

We believe the way to make this day rate information inform you and your business is to look at the following:

1. Understand where your day rates put you in the market overall

2. Be clear about your business proposition is and why your services merit the prices that you are charging

3. Make sure that your potential clients can see from your website and your quotes exactly why you are worth what you are charging.

See the results of the full survey here

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  • Hi
    Day rates shown are in USD for the US stats and GBP for the UK stats.
    You will have to convert to compare rates across the pond
    Posted on 29 April 2013 at 14:50
  • Very interesting.. but are they both GBP, both USD, or one of each?
    Posted on 29 April 2013 at 12:49