I could give several examples. I know that the heart of the issue is that I need to trust in myself and my judgment, and also remember that if given the chance, a client will probably ALWAYS find something they would want changed - but I am NOT charging enough to cover all the extra time spent. At the same time, I would hate to hand the show over to them and have them say to family/friends/other business people etc that they arent totally happy and wished I'd have used more subtle music, or whatever the case may be.
ANyone have thoughts or experiences to share? How do you handle this, do you let them have a preview and do you limit edits or in general do they just love it and you don't have any more work to do?
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I have found that many times I cannot "see the forest from the trees" because I am so closely involved in the production process so it really does take an outside pair of eyes to see the obvious and sometimes not so obvious error(s) and that's where the collaboration with the client comes in. Granted . . . this takes time and effort but the client is always happy with the final result because they were closely involved in the creation process.
Your work flow may be a little different but hopefully your end result will be the same
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