I recently shot a friend's wedding and am really happy with most of the results. I need to finish editing all of these and give her a CD with the files on them so she can have them and print them. I'm in the process of doing some editing/processing on them and this includes cropping. My Rebel XT gives files that are 48x32 at 72 dpi (which gives 8x12s at 288 dpi, probably close to 300dpi for a high-quality print). So I guess I have two questions: 1. Does it matter if I resize the images that I am not cropping? Meaning, is it the same when a client takes the files to get them printed if the image is at 48x32 at 72dpi than 8x12 at 288dpi, or should I resize all of these to 8x12? 2. The photos that I am cropping, should I just crop these at whatever sizes will yield a dpi close to 300. If I want a tighter crop, maybe make the size 4x6 instead? And in the case that some are cropped tighter, should I give the client a list of all the images with the maximum sizes she can print each image at? What do you guys do? Thanks!