One of my friends had her family visit from the UK. She asked me to take some pictures of them (she knows how keen I am to have subjects to practice whatever I've learnt that week!). I took the photos and actually felt that they didn't turn out that great. They could only meet up at midday, it was really sunny, I didn't use any fill flash, I had to be quick because of the age of the kids etc. I just got this email: Hello Leah Emma's brother here, I just wanted to say thanks again for those pictures you took. What with all the ankle biters i didn't quite get to say a proper thank you. I saw the pictures for the first time yesterday and am very impressed. I spoke to Emma about our favourites and said we would like to to buy 3 or 4 of them from you. However, Emma said that you wouldn't want to take any money... 18 months ago we had pictures taken by a National UK company, Venture. We we returned to Venture for our preview of the pictures and when we left i was over £2000 out of pocket. The pictures were still worth every penny. Now i have seen yours there are many similarities. I would only want to arrange prints if you will accept a fee, remember the exchange rate....! I hope your not offended by the above but really would feel happier if i could pay for them...? So I'm thinking that I spend a little extra time on the images with some additional PP and produce some quality prints (mpix or millers) and just have him pay me for the cost of the prints. Maybe get them a canvas or something at cost? Here are a couple of the images to give you an idea of my mediocrity! #1 - the whole family including grandparents: NIKON D300    ---    35mm    f/6.3    1/100s    ISO 200 #2 Gran and grandaughter (i.e his Mom and daughter) NIKON D300    ---    40mm    f/4.5    1/400s    ISO 200 #3 His daughter - I actually really like this image!! NIKON D300    ---    85mm    f/3.2    1/640s    ISO 200 #4 This is his family NIKON D300    ---    85mm    f/3.2    1/1600s    ISO 200 So what should I do???