I don't really want to give the company name, but there was a company that advertised for a freelance photographer position in my area. They wanted a resume and sample work sent in, which I did. They called me back and said that they liked my work and wanted to go over some things about the company and what the job would include. Doctors sign up to be on the companies website, so they are easier to find and patients can actually book appointments right on the website, rather than having to call in. It is free for patients to use, but the doctors pay a fee. Anyway, I would get an assignment at least 7 days out to go take 30 photos at the doctors office. Exterior, interior, a couple doctor portfolio shots, a group staff photo if possible, and an action shot if possible ( The doctor looking at an x-ray or looking at a chart ). Here is the kicker, they do NOT want me to edit the photos and actually recommended that I shoot in JPEG format. They said that they will do all the editing in house and that they don't go crazy with editing, so 99% of the photographers send in jpegs. Plus they mentioned it being easier to upload / transfer photos. The photos are small, as they want them sent back 1024 pixels wide. They would also narrow down the photos to the best 15-20 photos that they wanted. The pay is...well...not good. It is pretty low, however, most of the time, I base my prices off my TOTAL time, which normally includes hours of editing. In this case, I go, take the photos, upload them, and I am done. They do pay .57 cents per mile on top of the base pay for what it's worth. The reason I mentioned the 7 days out is because I would be able to ACCEPT the assignment or DECLINE the assignment, based on my availability. So if I am already booked or busy doing something else, then I can decline the assignment. They would still have time to ask another photographer at that point. So, should I take the job and do the assignments when I can to gain experience ( resume builder )? Do you think this could lead to bigger and better things? Anytime you have done work to gain experience, have you regretted it or were you glad you did it? Any advice for me?