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    When you complete a job do you list all or most of the things you did to the photo on your receipt or just the basics? I usually only put the basics but I didn't know if it would be an idea to put some of the process down on the receipt to show the customer where his or her money has gone. I know I should probably put more on the quote but I tend to leave a lot out there.

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    I leave out all the technical things I did to the photo. However, I include the estimate/delivery, CD-ROM, proofing and prints at full price. Then I discount these items 100% at the end. Some think I'm crazy to give so much for nothing. However, I'm a retoucher and I make a living from the work--not the extras. The customer likes to see how much they saved.

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