I'm wondering if you all have a policy as to showing or not showing your photos to people after you take them. Usually when I'm doing a small photoshoot for some friends or some set photography, I will take a ton of pictures knowing that only a fraction of them will actually be good photographs (ergo the ones I actually end up using). But I have found that right after taking the photo of the person, they will ask me to see their photo, and I usually politely say no. They're usually surprised, and I have been asked why I don't let people see the pictures I've just taken of them. This is my reasoning: 1. It is very distracting for me to be taking photos and then have to constantly show the photo to the person right after. 2. The photo might not be one that I think is a good shot, or the focus might be off when I view it on the laptop as opposed to the small DSLR screen, and they might ask me to post it or send it to them. (And I don't want to display work that I don't like) 3. Like I said, I only use a fraction of the photos I actually take, and I don't want them to see and judge my work for the 'outtakes'. Basically, I don't want to show my unfinished work to people when I'm taking their photographs, and I was wondering what other photographers do asked to see the photos. I suppose it depends on who is asking.