(Closed) I need advice on working with a studio

posted 8 years ago in Photos/Videos
Post # 3
11 posts

@engdom: I am originally from the NYC area and I expect a very high level of service in the city, commensurate with the high prices charged.  I’m sure you’ve heard the saying that in a relationship you never try to change someone.  It’s the same with vendors.  What you are experiencing now is foreshadowing how the rest of your relationship with this tog is going to go.  I have found that with problems like this it is best to nip it in the bud.  There are too many EXTRAORDINARY photographers in your area to settle for anything less than exceptional.  Hate to be blunt, but, it is more efficient: cancel the e-session, explain why you are cancelling, find a new tog.  Email me with your budget and I’d be glad to refer you to someone in that area.

Post # 4
2742 posts
Sugar bee

Had a problem like this with a venue. So hard to get a hold of. Said they sent a proposal but they didn’t. Call? No answer. No machine either. Such a headache. I let them go. Happiest decision to date.

Post # 5
7587 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2010

Get rid of them now! I am dealing with a vendor who I can never reach and it’s been a total pain in the ass so far.

Post # 6
98 posts
Worker bee

move on…. they obviously think they are too good for your money to even meet with you… too busy to even meet with you my ass.


take your money elsewhere where they appreciate it more.

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