Hi all, HAPPY NEW YEAR!! Sorry its been a few weeks since i contributed but its been a busy time.... I ve been away on a course with one or the UK's premiere wedding photogs, ive built and launched my web site, held a portraiture session in my local village which was fully booked, ive been documenting local events for a village blog and even had a couple of professional commissions for commercial stuff.
Now ive got to deal with the processing aftermath! ive various printing issues which ill post about later, but for now ive got to send my commercial clients their images. ive sent them jpegs for now but really they should have TIFFS as they have commissioned the shoots. Im using a Nikon D800 and the file size is a whopping 200Mb! even zipped up they are 168Mb..... so 50 images is 2 DVD's worth! any suggestions on the best way of sending images to a client in a common loss less format?
Obviously i need to keep costs down and the process needs to be simple for both myself and the client, at the moment im using DVD's which hold just over 4GB.