Hey everyone, I'm new to the forum, so bear with me. I have searched the internet for anything about this to no avail, so I figured I would ask. Last year my fiance and I started our business. Our focus is photography but we also do graphic design and web design etc. We have done a couple of weddings and we are starting to get more bookings, but we don't really stay busy with the business. This spring I graduated from college and got a full-time job that pays rather well, so our photography business is less of a priority at the moment. There's the back story, here's the question: I have a close friend who just graduated from college for graphic design and wants to start his own business, but has very little by the way of capital to purchase equipment. Is there a good way to let him use our cameras and computer equipment when he needs it for a small fee or something, which would basically end up with him owning a share of our business. That way he could use the cameras during the week and on weekends we don't have weddings or portrait sessions, and we would still have it for our stuff when we needed it. It would be kind of a rent-to-own thing I guess. Any thoughts?