chapter eight

Two Wedding Photographers in a Federal Jury Trial

As I mentioned earlier, I had hired this nineteen-year-old girl, Terri, to work at my photography studio, and I was impressed by how hard-working she was and how well she understood the trade. I taught her everything I knew. Before long I had practically cloned myself. She mastered the business side and became an excellent shooter, and eventually I made her my general manager.
At a young age, Terri was earning serious bucks. I was happy, she was happy. But all good stories come to an end. After five years she got married and decided to relocate to the San Francisco Bay area. She loved the “storybook wedding photography” concept and wanted very badly to start her own business. ...

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