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How to get photos to client

 
dylan84
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Oct 01, 2017 19:46 |  #1

I am looking for any advice on the best or easiest way to get photos to show a client after a photoshoot. As this is a fashion shoot i am looking to narrow down the best 20-30 to send, but are not to familiar with doing this in a proof sheet way.

From these 20-30 they will choose which photos to order, so want to do this in a way that doesn't actually send full size shots as in dropbox files

Thanks




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Robin522
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Oct 02, 2017 07:44 |  #2

Export the photos in a very low resolution like 400px on the long side and send them through Dropbox or WeTransfer (what I use).


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Oct 02, 2017 21:51 as a reply to Robin522's post |  #3

oh thankyou thats a good idea




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Oct 03, 2017 07:45 |  #4

Just send as contact sheets and you can make contact sheets with CS6.
File/Automate/Contact Sheets.

I usually do the contact sheets 8.5 X 11 at 96 PPI. The individual images within the contact sheets are then so small if they did a cut and paste they would be so small that they would be pretty much useless for just about anything but viewing in a contact sheet.




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Oct 09, 2017 00:53 |  #5

Use a service like Pixieset - it's what they are for. It looks super professional as well!


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Oct 09, 2017 01:28 |  #6

Yes, I just started using Pixieset. It’s great. Check it out.


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