I've been contacted by a multinational company for collaboration on decorating their new Prague office with some of my photos (https://www.flickr.com/photos/florin_dr/albums/72157634349951035).
My only experience with selling photos so far is limited to a few stock photography websites where the most I made was around $10/photo.
They want to print up to 80cm of width and use them one time only for decorating the walls. They have suggested various approaches to compensation:
- promote my work by having my name and photo description under each photo and at the reception area
- organize temporary exhibitions on their premises with more of my photos
While I feel flattered by these options, I also feel I should get a form of material compensation as they are a for-profit company and I'm not looking to go full time on photography (so not huge benefit from exposure in personal exhibitions, etc).
The question is what would be appropriate for a few dozen photos? I'd really appreciate an answer with some actual amounts/photo so I can at least get a ballpark figure in my head.