Note: I am new here and didn't really know the best place to post this, so if this isn't the best place, sorry in advance! I have only done a handful of weddings, as I have only officially been doing photography (in a business sense) since last October. A potential client contacted me after seeing my work from a wedding I did that was a friend of hers. She says that for her wedding, they are having a very small ceremony (i.e. her, him, the MOH, BM, and officiant). Consequently, when they go to the reception (which is approx. 125 people), they were hoping I could display some of the photos from their ceremony on said iPad (their iPad I guess?). I feel kind of uneasy about this for a couple reasons. 1. I don't like displaying unfinished work. It means a lot to me to spend time in post-process and THEN display a final product. 2. Does this mean I need to download my images on to one of their devices? I wouldn't want them having any of my unedited photos. I have a laptop of course but I don't really think I want to be concerned with it sitting out or anything like that. Besides my laptop, I would have no other way of displaying my photos except through a device of theirs. Has anyone ever done this and what are your thoughts on the idea? Where is the line between accommodation and technical business guidelines? Thanks guys!