I've been going through threads and studying to learn the more technical aspects of photography. I personally am big on application, sometimes I really just don't get it until I put it to use. So I put up an ad offering myself as a second shooter free of charge. I geared my wording towards other photographers that would not mind me tagging along and learning on the way. Needless to say I got zero responses from photographers, womp, but I was approached by brides to be. People that cant afford to hire a photographer and was asking if I could shoot their wedding. My immediate reaction "Are you smoking crack?! Not me by myself." I've read more than enough threads of where the overwhelming response is a big "DON'T DO IT" and the responsibility scares the mess out of me. The problem is that I can be a bit of a bleeding heart. When I was married I couldn't afford anyone and do you know how many pictures I enjoy looking at from my wedding; zilch. Do you ever come across these moments in your craft that you know its not a good idea, but you feel compelled to be compassionate to their situations? Is there room in photography where something is better than nothing?