I have a new policy I’m implementing as of today. From now on, I will no longer send clients unprocessed photos, not even marked ones. Too many have been publishing them on their social networking walls, even after promising me they would not. If anyone would like to look at the photos I have taken, they will have to stay after the shoot and view them full-size on my computer screen. Any photos they don’t like and want deleted will be. Some of these clients have been personal friends and that doesn’t make this decision very easy, but it goes for everyone. Unprocessed photos I’ve taken floating around the internet makes me look bad and that is not good. There is also the wait time issue. I will shoot a few clients each month and provide each of them photos to pick for processing. Too often do they wait many weeks, sticking me with many clients photos to process all at once. I can’t do that. Between this company and my extensive work with Strange Beauty Magazine, in which I am the Founding Editor-in-Chief and designer, I can’t get stuck with such an overwhelming workload.