So, as you may or may not know, I'm sort of a semi-professional photographer in the area. Mostly I do commercial work, and it's fun, but I've also been doing weddings and the like. Well, in the interest of finding new models that are looking to start their portfolio, I posted a craigslist ad mentioning that my rates can go low for this time of work, especially if I feel it can benefit my portfolio. So the other day I got a call from a guy looking for me to shoot his Wedding Reception, he had already gotten married a few weeks ago and was just throwing a party for about 60 people. He was thinking in the range of "100 dollars", which was much lower than I was considering. It was a 3 hour shoot, about 40 minutes away from me, THIS Saturday night. I would then assume about 3 hours of editing. I told him the lowest I could even CONSIDER working that long would be 200 - 250 dollars. He took a day or so to consider, and then called me back today to do hire me for 200 dollars... but I politely declined. The truth is I already have a photoshoot that day, and although I COULD'VE rushed and made it, it just didn't seem worth it. Am I wrong for turning down paid work, even for such a low amount? I feel bad, but at the same time, I also felt like I wasn't getting a fair amount of money for the time/gas involved. Thoughts?