I shoot lots of weddings (professionally), and usually there's a final designed album included in the photo packages. This is an album that I lay out and create, not just a proof book of 4x6's. I just had a bride ask if I could put photos in the album that some of her guests took. I don't know how many she wants yet. Now, philosophically I'm against this because the albums I create have my studio name on them, and when a bride shows this album around for years to come I consider it a showcase of my work as much as it is a showcase of her wedding day. But the practical (non-philosophical) side of me says "how can I tell her no? The album is a product which she has paid for. How can I mandate what goes in it?" So I'm wondering if anyone else has had this experience and how you handle it. Perhaps there should be an extra charge for me working with amateur photos because they will likely all need color & contrast corrected? Is it kosher to put a small line of text under these images saying something like "photo by wedding guest" in a very small typeface? I'm trying to think of some way of these images can be singled out as not mine when the album is being shown to people in the years to come - that is if I decide to accept the guest photos at all. Help!