So, I will be honest and say I had about given up on the Aerial Photography scene and focused my attention towards other means of scraping up income like YouTube and DroneBase (which I guess no longer pays out... BUMMER) Anywho.... I have a website I built and I tried optimizing it as much as possible with a few hits here and there. Out of the blue, I received a call from a guy interested in getting some photos and short videos of 2 locations. Jackpot! So I went through the normal finding out what he wanted and where and came up with the dollar amount I would charge. I'm not excited with how low I charged, but listening to the guy and what he needed I couldn't see him biting on an exaggerated charge. He wanted video of properties for "investors" no music, minimal editing and a few photos. Easy enough right? The initial meet up was sketchy as hell! Meeting in a low-income housing part of town and at a gas station no less. BUT turns out the guy was super nice paid cash UPFRONT, which is a bonus, super relaxed about what he needed to. Turns out he has several properties he manages for investors and it may turn out into a steady means of hobby money. Did I do the right thing with the "low ball" estimate? I'm interested in hearing others experiences with either first-time sales or how they negotiate the price up with returning clients after the first job was done.