Recently I spent a day taking pictures at a theater festival in my local theater. I was invited there because I'm taking a course in photography at the performing & visual arts school that organized the thing. It wasn't a paying job but it was a cool experience to be able to walk around backstage wherever I wanted.
I'm now providing the school with my pictures, so they can get them to all the artists that performed on that day. All images were originally shot in RAW, then saved as PSD in Photoshop and finally converted to JPG. This poses me with a problem: which files am I going to burn on the DVD I'll hand in? I don't think including the RAW image files would make any sense, and JPG should definitely be on there, since 90% of people lack the knowledge to deal with anything else than that. I'm doubting though whether or not I should include the PSD files. It'd be handy for the few people that do know how to deal with them so they can change them a bit if they want to, but at the same time I'd be granting them quite some liberty to alter my captures.
What's your thoughts and experiences with this? I'm thinking about protecting your work, supplying your clients with material they can change if they need to, file size, image quality etc...