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  • Revisions

    Hey everyone! Do you specify the number of revisions you will do in your contract? If so, how many revisions? What is the procedure if your client goes over the number of revisions?

  • #2
    Re: Revisions

    I mention it, but it's not a rule, this is art.
    If it's still the initial look we're after, I just do the corrections. If it's completely changing direction I make a new estimate, and then revisions start again once the file is finished up to the updated specification.


    • #3
      Re: Revisions

      I think that's a good compromise. I don't like to limit the revisions because obviously I want the images to look perfect and for them to be happy, I've just had people add on things that weren't initially discuss and then the project drags on and on and then payment is delayed, etc.


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