So... I put an ad in the paper (not really the paper, but it's classifieds just the same) for an amateur photographer looking for willing participants helping me to expand my photography knowledge. :blushing: Today I got the first call.... :mrgreen: I was excited! Until... she said double wedding. :neutral: Yes, double wedding. I immediately told her I did not have the experience, equipment, or man power to do a wedding, let alone a double wedding. (Yay, honesty!) **Keep in mind we're from a small little town with little to offer in the means of photographers, much less someone who's new and offering good deals. She proceeded to tell me that she'd like to look at my pictures (examples) and think on it. I agreed, thinking she would look and not call back. ... She called back a few minutes later and said she would like to work with me on a price to do this because of the circumstances (2nd weddings, older couples, small wedding, etc.) and despite my hindrances, she thought I had an eye for photography and she was only looking for the simplest cliche photographs of the wedding. I'm sitting on the phone going... there's no way, what if something goes wrong. ale: Me being the honest person that I am, I flat out tell her that I don't really feel good about being the person that might not get her "moment". Still she wants me to do this. :scratch: I got the impression that she's looking for an affordable option to the event and her family member who normally "photographs" will be in the wedding and can't. I want to help her. :er: I agreed to do what I can. I made it VERY clear what my limitations were and that I had no experience and didn't usually work indoors, etc. She still wants me to do this. Do I do this? If I do this, how much do I charge for the fee itself (probably 8-10 hrs of work with the wedding itself and post processing)?