So, i have a few pictures that range from interesting to amazing to my eyes, ready for PP. Most of them will need some tweaking to look as good as they can, from a minor contrast adjustment to some creative cropping and colour correction. My problem is, where do i stop? Sometimes "i just know" that this is it, i save the image and it is done. More often than not, i will end up with two or three versions and be unable to choose the definitive one (sometimes i create a markedly diferent version of a photo on purpose, like it and keep it too, but that's another case). The fact that i know the final photo will only look this way on my screen makes matters worse. Which edit is the one that i want to send to a friend to see, and which one do i delete? Professional work is easier in this regard; most of the time you are going for a specific look that is expected from you, be it your established style or your client's demand. A set of pictures have to keep the same colour balance and you know where they are going to be viewed or printed, and usually you know how the end result will look. You also have the ultimate decision-making assist tool: a deadline. My problem might be as simple as not having developed a style yet - or a few of them. When i am processing a photo i see many oportunities and directions it can go, and even if i like all of them i do want to end up with one photo (again, this is about basic adjustments, not dramatic artistic effects). When working on a photo for yourself, do you know from the start exactly how you want it to look like? Do you just call it done after a while (it looks good anyway and that's what matters)? I would guess that most beginners face this problem at a certain point, so how do you deal with it?