Anna was a photographer with a great attention to detail and a passion for her art. She was faced with the issue of determining the value of her work and licensing it for sale. As she began her career, she noticed that determining the value of her photographs was not as easy as she thought. She decided to research the market and pricing policies of other photographers. Anna studied the various platforms and galleries where the photos were sold and did research to understand what factors influenced pricing. She considered the context of how her photos were being used, whether for commercial purposes, advertising or editorial work. After much analysis and study, Anna developed her own approach to pricing. She took into account not only the labor and time invested in the creation of the photograph, but also the uniqueness of the image, its quality, and market trends and demand. She also delved into licensing her work. Anna researched different types of licenses to determine which ones were most appropriate for the different uses of her photographs. This allowed her to offer her photographs under different terms and conditions and tailor her pricing to meet the different needs of her clients. Through her persistence and research approach, Anna was able to determine the value of her work, creating a flexible pricing and licensing system that matched both her creative value and her clients' needs.