Are established photographers who have developed a firm price for their silver or platinum prints in the market changing their pricing when supplementing their portfolio with inkjet prints? This is a real question for me this fall with a couple of shows and I am not inclined to price inkjets any different than traditional prints. Edition length is no different for me. From an effort point of view the inkjets are easier to reproduce in mass but the pre-production work is substantially more than the traditional prints. Everything I produce is as archival as possible within the limits of available technologies for a given media and that information is made avilable to the buyer. What are peoples thoughts?