I run a studio with a couple of associate photographers, priced by experience level. So this girl booked a last minute shoot this week with my least experienced (cheapest) photographer (btw - I am very upfront and transparent with clients about who is shooting, galleries are shown, prices are explained, I try to be extremely clear about everything). The shoot went well but the day after she emails to tell me how she wants to see all the images taken and choose which will be edited. Then later responds to my auto email that she can't wait to edit the photos. From her first message: "Photographers tend to choose different photos than I would choose due to an eye for lighting and camera angles. While I, as a professional model, I know a lot about, and care most about, correct body positioning over lighting, angles, and background. To me, our/my positioning would make-or-break the images for me." I state on my FAQ page that photos will be chosen for the final gallery by me, I just checked and I did not have that down in my contract (now I do!) I have already started drafting an email nicely stating no, and why. But I'm pretty sure this girl is going to be a problem if she doesn't get what she wants. She has also already mentioned how she can't wait to review our services. Had she brought this up prior to booking I would have said no and happily allowed her to find another photographer. That window has closed and now I'm just trying not to start a fire. I'm considering allowing her to view the images on dropbox, maybe with a big of watermark stating "raw photo" all over it, possibly for an additional fee. What would you do?