pop511 wrote:A fellow student at college was lucky enough to start his own business, and when he told me he needed help for a wedding, I was too pleased to help, with further assistance from another student we knew.
Told that he wouldn't be earning much so no pay for us. That's cool.
Got to the brides house about 9.30am and started. Received lunch from her family about 11.0am. After, we followed bride and groom to a park for more shots. Then we went back to the studio for a 2 hour break.
Back to wedding reception and kept working till about 10.30pm. Then told " Hurry up and eat something, I want you back ". then I'll send the other guy. So I packed my gear and walked out.
My 'boss' was using video at this time, so no flash. I've always kept pics from the wedding if only to remind myself the one great lesson from the day.
Don't be arrogant. Look after your staff and they will look after you.
pop511 wrote:How true. Any forum is only as good as it's members and paternal or maternal approach of it's admin staff.
In saying that I wish more of the admins would participate more.
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