I found an interesting ad in Craigslist in the photo+video section yesterday. Some old lady has a mess of B&W 120 negatives (6x6) and wants prints from them all. She related that she took them to a photo shop nearby but since they were B&W and 120 film, they said they could not do it. So she was asking for someone to print them for her. So I emailed her, saying I might do it for a fee. But then I offered two other resources, one of which would be to send to a shop to get scanned. Then she could print them out on photo-printer herself without venturing into the darkroom or paying for that. I told her about the waste of the paper if one prints square on a rectangle paper. And that to be prepared for the additional cost associated to that. So, I got a reply from her this morning. She is saying she wants maybe a bunch of 4x4's and she's got 450 negatives (she counted them last night, but I didn't know she had 450 at first, I thought maybe a dozen...). So now I am wondering to myself, I am an amateur here. But how do I be professional about this? Do I charge for my time and material costs? Do I charge per print? Knowing she is an old lady and wants to see these pictures before she dies, because they are from her youth and she doesn't have the prints, do I put a smile on my face and charge her full market price? Or do I make someone happy and go into the poor house myself? All things to consider. I'm just posing this situation here to get some ideas and feedback before I respond back to her. If anyone has some experience with this, I'd appreciate hearing that. Thanks!