This may not be the correct section to post in (feel free to move it, mods) but I cannot find one that seemed appropriate for the question. Typically I shoot weddings and events. Recently I've been posting a lot of product photography for beer on my Instagram. A few local breweries have noticed and wish to contract me to photograph brew days and products as well as staff members for use on their social media and websites. I'll have to go there multiple days to catch all three beers that are being brewed/canned and return at random times to catch all the taproom employees as well as the product photography stuff they want. So, yeah, a few hours of work for sure. The problem is I have little to no experience with pricing for businesses and it's kind of a new territory for me at the moment. Should I demand an hourly rate or a set price? How can I ensure it's worth my time to travel there and back, shoot and edit whilst still coming off as a fair deal to them? I struggled with setting prices for a long time when first getting into wedding photography and decided that it was simply best to charge a set price in line with other photographers in my area but that information is slightly difficult to find I've found, many photographers will not divulge their rates on their websites, and I know if even less product photographers in my area. I know pricing is all subjective but I wouldn't mind suggestions coming from those who have experience in this field. Thanks guys!