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From: Collins
Response: Id almost be willing to be that this woman, who claimed to be a professional photographer, was probably working out of her home and didnt own her own studio building separate from here home. I say this because people who own their own stand-along studio are much more professional in how they do their jobs, because they have such a higher level of investment in the future of their business.

What I would do is take her to small claims court for damages. I seriously doubt if she belongs to any professional photography associations. I also doubt if she has much photography training, else she would have been doing her job throughout the reception.


She sounds like one of these women who like to play at 'being in business', then does what she wants, when she wants.

Good luck!

Bill Collins
http://www.ProWeddingPhotos.com/wedding.htm

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