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on Mar 8, 2016 at 4:26:29 pm
Well, Just to throw my $0.02 in..
As a freelancer, your time is what the client is paying for. If you're traveling an hour across town because that's where the client wants to shoot, that's 2 hours of your time, (round trip), that you can't sell to anyone else, spend promoting the business, conducting sales, networking...... Why wouldn't you charge for it? If the client was a steady one, I'd certainly cut them a discount for it, but hey, time is money.
As for the equipment, If you're charging a certain amount for a certain number of hours, and the day is extended, that means putting more wear and tear on your gear. Why wouldn't you charge for that?
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