Okay, so I made a post recently on Facebook: "If any of my friends starting in photography would like some experience shooting a wedding, I'd be happy to have you this Saturday. This is a volunteer opportunity. Meals will be provided, and you can keep the photos for your portfolio. This is for noobies, only! I just really like teaching people. Message me!" But I received push back saying 'you want people to shoot for free?' That was not my intention. If I wanted a pro, I would hire a pro. You get what you pay for and in this instance, I probably wouldn't even use their photos. This would just be for them. The client did not pay for a second shooter and nor do I need one. I just wanted to give the opportunity to someone who may be new to the game and want to build their portfolio. I shot many weddings for free as a second or third before I was comfortable charging people. I wanted to offer that same experience to other people. Is there a way I could word that differently to get my point across? I love teaching and helping other photographers, and I genuinely wanted this to be a learning experience for someone. I did have one of my apprentices originally interested in it, but they had to back out. Thanks!