Any change in haircut should be made at least 6 weeks ahead so it adjusts well with your look. Before you undergo any change it's great to chat about about the color, texture and type of your hair that you need to take. Since I've been browsing the web during the last couple of years, I have come across many photography sites, some wonderful and some terrible. The danger is that when a "cameraman " with a new web site, is just somebody having just taken up the pastime, purchased a very dear camera and perhaps found a good photograph or 2. Rent chair covers.
Then they find out how to do 1 or 2 tricks with a modifying programme like Photoshop and "hey presto " they're a pro snapper. Approach a pro marriage shutter-bug and ask if you can tag along at a marriage firstly WITHOUT your camera, and help him ( for nothing, though he may throw you a few £s at the end ). When you've done this a couple of times, and you're feeling assured you can do it alone, I might suggest that once more, you photograph a marriage free, but this time as the sole snapper, and just charge for print costs. By not charging, and the proven fact that you aren't yet a business, and so long as you make this positively clear to the couple, you are reducing your liabilities but getting some awesome experience under your belt.
My name is Marquetta Breslin and I am a pro hair braider with over twelve years of experiance.