Quote Originally Posted by Gary Holliday View Post
I can understand the frustration of editing thousands of images; but I feel that photographers who dump their photos unprinted onto discs, don't really care about their work.

It's not about caring one way or another, it's about good business and offering products or services that the photographer is competent in providing and willing to do.

I used to do it all when I was digital, hated being behind the computer. Started offering shoot and burn and had great fun and made a lot more hourly. That's good business and the clients got good raw material because I care a lot about the shots I took. The customer got exactly what they contracted and paid for.

Let's turn this on it's head a bit.

If we were talking about a commercial job, instead of a wedding, would printed proofs or finished albums be an issue?