Client 'viewings' of the photos...what works for you?
I'm showing a lady through the photos I took in a shoot of her and her daughter tonight. I've basically just got a folder of my 'top ones' (about 25-30ish) images, then another folder of around 100 that I think are OK / that she may prefer, and haven't bothered including everything (all the 'so so' ones etc).
I was just wondering what everyone's preferred method is of viewing / reviewing photos after a shoot with their client - through a slide show/contact sheet etc, and how many do you go through?
Do you tend to agree which they want done as prints etc there and then or leave them with watermarked images to review themselves etc?....
Any feedback/suggestions would be interesting, so I can alter how i go about thngs in future if needs be.
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