mosabi wrote in post #14896862
Thanks for the responses guys. I'll take a look at both of those sites. Ideally I'd like to correct wb and exposure on them prior to presenting. On 1600 + images that'll take a bit of time.
Yes, editing 1600+ would take a bit of time, which is why one of the skills a photographer has is selecting the best ones. How many is always a personal choice, and I am sure you can find several threads here answering that question.
To give you a little insight on what I have heard about the number of images:
Some say - any that are in focus or if they are out of focus, still important. If that is 1600, some may say to deliver that.
On the other hand, I have heard people say 300 is the max, and try to stay at that or below.
Me, I fall in between. I like to set clients expectations about what I typically deliver (never promising a set number) and say I typically deliver 400-600.
Of course, if you only have 250 that you consider good, dont fill in with fluff. Select the images you like, and maybe wait a day or 2 and look through them again. Are the ones you selected really important? Do they feature important people with good facial expressions, in focus, and fixable for white balance and exposure if need be?
The best advice I can give on how many images to deliver - deliver the best ones you have and do not fill it in with trash to hit a benchmark.