It's just occured to me (so others have probably already noticed this) that there have been recent posts where p-netters have remarked about "inferior quality" photos being widely received by the general public as being at standard or otherwise acceptable. Shots that are out of focus, poorly composed, or with bad colour, are making their way onto the web and elsewhere at an alarming rate. With this in mind, there also have been photogs who are concerned about providing a customer with a cd of images because they then have no control over print quality and don't want to chance others seeing the poor photos and forever associating that less-than-standard quality with their name. My questions are, do you think that the general public are as descerning as we think, and would they actually black list a photographer because their friend printed some of their shots at Wal*Mart? Thanks for your time.