Hi. I'm kinda in a Catch-22 here, but I would like some opinions. I love to shoot people photography, but, I have a problem. First off, I'm not professional-quality... yet [/optimism]. The only way to start is trial and error, but I'm lacking willing subjects to be my guinea pigs. I don't care if they're Man, Woman, Old, Young, Black, White, or anything! I just want to get some people in front of my camera. My strategy used to be to just tell them that I suck and need some experience, but then I realized confidence sells people more. So I told them I am looking for people to help sharpen my skills. I thought about telling them I usually charge but won't for them (to make it sound like I'm good), but I refuse to lie to people like that. Its dishonest, and that's not how I want to start my professional photography endeavor. So, does anyone have any advice how they can get themselves into the photography pipeline when they have no prior experience?