When using a share site, do you allow clients to make changes to images before you give them their DVD?

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 QOTD from Laurie: "here's my Wednesday question!! Once you give your client their share site, do you allow them to make changes to images before you give them their DVD? EX: make a photo that is color, B/W or make a B/W image now color? I state in my contract that I give you the images that I have edited the way I think they should be - lately though, a few clients want changes and honestly, it's driving me a little crazy...would LOVE some in-put on this!! Give it to them, charge them or don't allow changes at all???? thanks!"

Amanda:  I charge. since really they could hate the work that you put into changing the photo. . . . then you wasted your time

Alisha: Charge for re-edits....time is money in any job, the same has to be applied for photography

Carrie: the same as above---allowed, but with additional charges

Kristen: charge for sure it is work and effort

Corina:  I usually edit a picture in color, b&w, and sepia so they can have it in those three.


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