I have a portrait studio and currently do web proofing of portrait sessions. Previously I printed low-resolution proofs clients could take home and view. I haven't really seen a difference in the size of my sales between the two. But it seems a lot of studios are doing proofing sessions in the studio, where the client has to come back and view their proofs at the studio (projected on a big screen) and no images actually ever leave the studio until the order is placed. I would like to hear feedback from those of you who have tried different methods of proofing and what effect you have seen on the size of your orders with each method. Now I've already read all of the great benefits of projection proofing, so please don't respond just to tell me the benefits (like being able to show images big to spur more wall-portrait sales). What I really want to know is the bottom-line dollar difference. In-studio proofing appointments will add 2 or 3x the time commitment to a client after the shoot, so I want to know if it makes financial sense to do this before I make the switch. I especially want to hear from those who have proofed via prints or web, then went to studio projection-proofing to see what your experience has been. I'd also like to hear about people's experiences with the lack of convenience of the client having to come back to the studio to sit through a proofing session. Obviously web proofing and some sort of take-home printed proof allows the client to look at the images as much as they want at their convenience. Thanks!