Wedding Photographers - Supply a RAW File Only wedding package, yes or no?
If your a wedding Photographer, would you consider supplying a raw files only wedding package to a customer if they requested it?
If your a bride to be, groom or individual would you consider requesting a raw file only package?
I think only people who know enough about photography would care about having the RAW files. If your customer requests it why not give them the RAW files? Everyone else will be happy enough with high quality photos in any format.
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No idea about other but my wedding photographer Andi Watson in Glasgow(www.weddingphotographersglasgow.net) provided me the RAW file of my wedding photographs.
i always bring up this comparison when my clients ask me for raw files.
If they go to a restaurant are they also requesting the RAW ingredients?
most of the time they understand that right away
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