Another good place to check is Science Source:
You might be able to search for a similar type of image to find their
current pricing. When searching, make sure to check the RM box (Rights
Managed) and UNcheck the RF box (Royalty Free). Royalty Free images are
typically much cheaper and not reflective of the type of license you are
Once you find an image, you can check pricing according to all sorts of
criteria. In your case, they have a Corporate pricing category that lets
you specify if the presentation is for internal use only, external use,
duration of use (6 months, 1 year, etc.), and geographic area (US only,
North America, worldwide).
On 12/10/14 10:59 AM, "Britt Griswold" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>Using the online Stock photos as a starting point, I get $755 from Getty
>for an internal 5yr presentation usage, and $562 from Corbis for the
>same. I am not saying this is what you should charge, and this is
>publicly available information, so don't anyone give me a hard time about
>Seems like a good place to start you deliberations.
>On 12/10/14 12:44 AM, David Fierstein wrote:> Hello all,
>> Does anyone have a sense of what to charge for the use of an existing
>>illustration for an ongoing business presentation of some sort?
>> Thanks much for any help offered.
>> David Fierstein
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