Do you show your clients raw files to allow them to choose their images before editing, or do you edit first? I do mostly newborn, child and family work. My process is to cull and edit first, and then show the final photos in an online gallery to the client from which they choose. I am still working on my editing workflow. A newborn session (I include family and sibling shots as well) can take me upwards of 8-10 hours to edit. I head swap, composite, etc. A gallery usually consists of 25-30 photos, so on average, each photo takes me approximately 20 minutes to edit. Family shots obviously take longer. Anyway, in the end, most clients end up choosing 15 digital images or less, and maybe 3-5 prints. It feels like 15 photos worth of editing time (4-5 hours) is wasted. Yes I have them for my portfolio but I certainly don't need all of them. Just wondering how you operate. I know of photographers who do it both ways. I personally do not love the idea of clients seeing raw files but I need to become more efficient because after the shoot time and editing time, I am barely making a profit.