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    How do you present your work to your customers? Personally I have printed cardboard folders and attach the photos with photo corners. It looks quite professional and dosen't cost me a lot. I was just wondering how everybody else presented their work to their customers.

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    Labeled envelopes with my business card included.
    DJ

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    • #3
      Same as DJ. Also I include a one page summary of proper storage/display tips and include an archival sleeve for the customer to store their original photo in. Tom

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      • #4
        I print a before and after on a sheet of photo paper and then place the sheet in a plastic sheet protector. I do this for several different restorations, manipulations and colorizations. I then have all the sheet protectors in a binder.

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