I recently shot a wedding for a couple and they just got the images back. Here's a link to some of the pics http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=81100 I have communicated w/ the bride only though email thus far, and it's hard to get a good read w/o hearing the voice, but she doesn't sound happy. The deal was, she hired a "pro" 6 months in advance, I have no idea what they were charging. Anyway, 2 weeks before the wedding, they tried to contact the pro and discovered she was either in jail or moved w/o notice. At any rate, they had no photog. A co-worker knew I was doing this kind of thing, gave her my name and we met. I gave her a price of $600 which is at least 1/2 what a pro in my area would charge. She wanted prints and I told her I would give them #24 8x10 for that price, or the equivalent. The equivalent would be 2 5x7 or 4 4x6 for each 8x10, and she opted for all 4x6 (#96). I immediately thought, she is looking for a lot of bang for the buck, and probably expects a $5000 result for a fraction of the cost. I met her at the salon at 9:00 and took 2 hours worth of shots of her, flower girl, and jr bridesmaid. I took shots pre-ceremony of the groom and his side of family. She was late coming back from the salon and guests arrived early for the wedding so her shots were delayed until after the ceremony. In 30 minutes, we shot all of the B/G formals as well as her family shots. I then took candids of the reception. There was no dancing and the traditional garter/bouquet throw consisted of her/him standing at the door and throwing the items out the door to the guests standing in the rain. The reception was primarily a bunch of hungry guests sitting at tightly crammed tables foraging for food, so there wasn't much opportunity for any meaningful candids. I was there from 9-4:30 and ended up w/ about 450 shots. I edited what I felt to be the best 125 shots for her to choose from for her 96 4x6. She was upset that I forgot one of the formal shots of her and mom and that I didn't include many candid shots from the reception. She also seemed to feel that I should have given them every conceivable shot from the ceremony instead of just the traditional things. I admit that I did forget the mom/bride shot b/c it was so rushed, but I did manage to create this after she pointed it out. She now wants to see "every" shot taken to choose the 96 from and I don't really want to spend a month processing all of that just for her to decide I was right in the ones I selected to start with. What do you all do in this kind of situation? Sorry for the long post, but comments/opinions are appreciated Thanks!