This is completely true and I agree with your statement 100%.Borbor wrote: ↑Jan 7th, 2010 12:38 pmAnd maybe if you'd think about it, you'll realise this statement makes sense completely.
Would you give your boss or your client work that is incomplete but bears your name on it? It's already pressure enough for that person (or a team) to be solely responsible for capturing a hopefully once-in-a-lifetime event that you'll revisit time and time again and share it with your friends and family Don't make it any more hair-pulling (for both parties, you and the photographer(s)) to nit-pick on the un-edits. When they're ready, they'll let you know. If I gave you 2500 unedits to pick and edit from, trust me you would much rather have paid the money for the guy to have done it for you.
However, for some clients that don't understand the workflow of photography, they think that the pictures look nice out of the memory card. They don't even understand that post processing needs to be done after the picture is taken.
I am saying this because I have heard similar stories from a few friends of mine. They said their clients want to pictures right after the wedding. The client simply did not know post process existed.