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I have been asked to shoot a wedding for one of my co-workers. I am not a professional but the bride to be has see some of my pics from parties and such and she really liked my style. This will be an outdoorsy in a barn type wedding. I live in SW Florida and plan to make 2 trips (about 50 miles each way) to the venue - one before the wedding to scope it out and take casual family and bride & groom pics, then the 2nd time for the actual wedding. My thought is that I will give them everything I shoot on DVDs and will touch up a few of their favorites if they need touching up. As I'm not a professional and have no intention to do any other weddings - what are people's general thoughts of what to charge? I was thinking $500. Is that too much?

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    There's some extremely similar questions already on the site - photo.stackexchange.com/questions/30205/… and photo.stackexchange.com/questions/39917/… for example. This very well may get closed as a duplicate of them. Regardless of that, I HIGHLY encourage you to make a contract, in writing, about your deliverables and your pay. – rfusca Apr 13 '14 at 1:20
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    Look online for some example contracts. Even if you're good friends with the family you don't want to run into issues. – codedude Apr 13 '14 at 1:27

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