proofs: album or boxed?

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  1. Karalee

    Karalee hOtLiPs!

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    Just curious to those of you who offer proofs, how do you present them? At the moment Im throwing them in albums, but Im starting to wonder if theres another way as Im sure some people will want specific albums etc.
     
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    I let the couple choose what they prefer and I offer both. I try to get them to go with the proof boxes though, because it's easier to sort that way.
     
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    Where do you get your boxes from Alison? And how many proofs do you end up giving to your clients?
     
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    I'll have to find the site because I used to order them from B&H and last I checked they didn't carry them anymore and I used someplace else. My pricing is all a la carte, so they can either get a DVD with the all edited images (between 150-300 depending on the length of coverage) OR all of the images in print form either 4X5 or 4X6 (and they choose beforehand what size so I know how to shoot for the right ratio). I charge an hourly rate and then then can add either option for $300.
     

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