I almost always remove blurry, out-of-focus, or otherwise technically unacceptable (and unfixable with Lightroom) images from weddings before presenting a final collection, as I'm sure most of us do. And I say "almost always" because, every blue moon, I'll have an image I'm on the fence with. Does the aesthic merits outweigh the technical glitches? A quick backstory; last weekend's wedding, the Ringbearer was very camera shy. Not a new concept, I know. And while I did manage some decent pics of him at the church, I wanted to get some of him at the reception as he was more relaxed, playful and engaged. But he was avoiding me like the plague. He, and a couple other kids, made the head table into their own fort as it it was covered to the floor, in the front, by a white tablecloth strung with lights. He spent some time going in and out. I anticipated this, saw him go in and quickly poked my head in for a quick shot. I fired off one picture and he very quickly exited. As luck would have it, it was out of focus. My plan had been to somehow try and recreate this but he wasn't having any part of it. I did get some of him doing a funny dance, but my question is this: Do you show once-in-a-lifetime shots even if they're not technically correct...specifically in regards to blur/focus issues? I'm on the fence with this one. Any comments are appreciated.