So last winter, I did some photos for a Holiday house tour. I was paid a modest amount and got free admission (it's a community association, non profit where I live). I also contribute to local paper, calendars for fundraising etc. I was paid for usage rights in promotion and I'm flexible...but it was for promoting in brochures, website, flyers etc. No issue there. Of course, the designers were wanting copies of the pics at the time I was taking them (presumably free), but that's another story. Though some means of press release or word of mouth, a local magazine (decent sized) wants to publish one of my photos full page. I'm flattered, but don't really care about working for "Credits" if that comes up. What to charge? I know it's an age old question. I get $25-50 for a local paper depending if cover/inside each...which is small circulation. Not much but Helps fun my hobby and makes me feel like I'm doing something worthy with my cameras. This magazine is a full color glossy pretty good circulation (conglomerate publisher) City specific mag. They have a photo editor (person who contacted the association). So I feel that this falls outside of my original agreement. It's a third party use. They were the ones requesting the photo. Failure to DL from Flickr and need for higher rez led them to ask for a bigger 300 dpi file for full page print. What do I charge? Some people I've read about just come up with random #s like $125. Too low/too high? I don't want to come off as ridiculous...nor do I want to settle for too little. I want to help out the community with their marketing, but I also don't want to give away work for free. This is a step up from what I've done so far and I don't care to just get published for credit, even though it's pretty cool to be in a larger publication. For now, I told my contact to ask what their going rate/budget is....But you know first one to throw out a # loses. Negotiation is not my strong suit. Anyone been in a similar situation?