Photographer removes all wedding photos for not being fed at reception

For anyone planning a wedding, photos and videos are important. They are the best complement to preserve precious memories and some prefer professional photographers to take them.

But the problem is, hiring a professional wedding photographer would come at extra costs for couples. However, there are alternatives such as having friends who can take snapshots for their friend at a lower cost.

This seems to be the case for this female photographer. She has worked as a dog groomer and frequently photographs her clients’ dogs on her Facebook and Instagram pages. A friend convinced her to be the official wedding photographer and the woman charged her $ 250 assuming she works from 11:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

However, other factors were not taken into account. This includes allowing the photographer to eat or even drink the water. She asked the groom if she could take a 20 minute break to grab something to eat.

But the friend said she was the photographer and needed some shots. She was also told she was taking pictures or leaving without pay.

Vexed, the woman had had enough. She asked the groom if he was sure what he was planning to do. When he said yes, the woman deleted all the photos she had taken in front of the groom and left.

“With the heat, being hungry, being generally annoyed by the circumstances, I asked if he was sure, and he said yes, so I deleted all the photos I took in front of him and left. saying that I am no longer his photographer. If I were to be paid $ 250, honestly then I would have paid $ 250 just for a glass of cold water and a place to sit for 5 minutes, ”the woman posted on Reddit.

People who saw the post felt the groom was wrong and his attitude was unwarranted. But in the end, the new ones will have no memories of their special union – all because of how the groom mistreated the photographer.

Representation image: camera, photography Photo by Miha Jan Strehovec on Unsplash

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