Wow. LOL Okay, a little more info; we are close enough that her kids practically live at my house on weekends, as her kids are best friends with mine. I quoted her a price and she agreed and I offered an engagement session since that's included in some wedding packages. She said she wasn't really interested and asked if I'd be willing to do a boudoir instead. This was after I already expressed to people that I was wanting to do a boudoir shoot for someone for me to get the experience, so what's the problem if she is volunteering to be that model for me and wants that instead of engagement photos? Again, fourth wedding. She is by no means trying to take advantage of me. I am not the person who is going to be taken advantage of, trust me. Not if I can help it. I don't play that. I asked her several times (is anyone reading anything that I am saying here? LOL) if she was sure she wanted to do it and she said yes. How does one get better and improve by turning opportunities down? She is fully aware of my experience, my learning curve and my portfolio. I didn't just start trying to take pictures yesterday. I never asked whether or not anyone thought I should do this. I am not looking for approval or permission, I was looking for help, because this arrangement has already been made. I am sorry if anyone disagrees with what I am doing, but I've been shooting and giving away tons of digital files over the past year trying to start from the bottom, build my portfolio and network and I'm tired of working for nothing. I'm good enough to deserve being paid for my time, at the very least.