Which ones would you get rid of?

  • PilotRyan avatar
    PilotRyan 29 Apr 2011 03:26
    With all the effort that goes into getting and processing a clip, it's sometimes hard to say "that clip just won't cut it." Sometimes you need an outsider to browse through your portfolio and pick a few clips that just shouldn't be there or should be redone. Does anyone want to take a stab at mine? Constructive criticism is openly acceped of course. Let me know if you would like me to look through your stuff as well.
    Thanks in advance.
  • RekindlePhoto avatar
    RekindlePhoto 29 Apr 2011 04:07
    Try to shoot for only the best but deleting clips is probably not a good idea. Many of what I consider my best clips have never sold and some that I thought were crappy have sold numerous times. I wouldn't put poor quality up but once there let them stay.
  • boscorelli avatar
    boscorelli 29 Apr 2011 09:22
    Phantomewo is totally right.

    What I'd suggest you to value your work more than 10ish per clip.You take a fair amount of time creating your timelapses plus in my experience if you go too low that's not good for customers in long term either as you can easily loose the uniqueness of the clips.Let's say around 30 is still a fair price if you don't want to go too high and this way you keep the value more.Of course, there are clips which aren't worth than 10 but most of your timelapses are a lot better than that price.
    Basically you should set prices according to how you feel about the clip's quality and uniqueness instead of deleting any clip.