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WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER THREATENED WITH A $300,000 LAWSUIT (REVISITED)

 
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Dec 08, 2014 23:19 |  #16

This is the first time Ive heard of this story and it was very interesting to read.


If there was an issue with the images, a refund and maybe a free portrait session would have been ok but dude was taking everything way out of control.

I don't do professional work yet but I've had many friends come close to lawsuits from not having contracts and not properly discussing the needs of the clients. Sadly my friend still doesn't do contracts which I keep urging him to do.


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Dec 09, 2014 00:59 |  #17

Thanks for sharing, very interesting to read - I'm glad it turned out in favor of the photographer.




  
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Dec 11, 2014 18:17 |  #18

Hadn't read the original thread.

Nice story and good for all those people who contributed to help the harassed photographer.

Bullies get away with too much.




  
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