Now that I have started shooting weddings primarily in digital (10D) I am getting requests for the digital files. I still use medium format if the client requests it. Incidentally, my clients have been very happy with the results from the 10D. In the past I would never yield my negatives but I am thinking that it may be different now because I can sell a full resolution jpeg and still have the 'original'. And with a properly worded contract, I still have copyright ownership. Control over final print image quality is reduced and a revenue stream is lost. But what about charging a higher upfront fee and delivering digital files rather than prints. I would forsee that some basic image tweaking would still be required (assign colour space, colour balancing, curves, USM) to ensure some basic quality so it's not simply handing over a CD at the end of the wedding. Has anyone else given this any thought?