When it comes to weddings, you’ll want to have a memory to remind you of the day.
Some might want to spend a fortune on photographers, while others like to keep it cheap.
Either way if you decide on photography, it essentially means you want to have the pictures right?
Well one photographer decided to get their own back after a couple refused to let them stop for food.
Sharing on Reddit, the poster explained they are a full-time dog groomer who enjoys taking snaps of their client’s dogs.
One of their pals approached them and asked if they could be their wedding photographer as they wanted to keep costs down.
Although the dog groomer was unsure at first, their friend convinced them by saying “he didn’t care if they were perfect”.
The groomer said: “They were on a shoestring budget and I agreed to shoot it for $250 (£184), which is nothing for a 10-hour event.”
But when the wedding day came around, things didn’t exactly go to plan.
On the occasion, the poster drove around following the bride so they could take snaps of her before heading to the venue.
Among this, they didn’t have a chance to take a break or even eat as they said “I started around 11am and was due to finish 7:30pm”.
Even when the dinner service opened up for guests, they wanted to grab a quick bite to eat – but this wasn’t allowed.
They said: “I was told I cannot stop to eat because I need to be a photographer; in fact, they didn’t save me a spot at any table.”
The photographer started to regret their decision, since the couple couldn’t cater to their needs.
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Recalling the moment the groom spoke to them, they added: “He tells me I need to either be a photographer or leave without pay.
“With the heat, being hungry, being generally annoyed at 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 took off saying I’m not his photographer anymore.
“If I was to be paid $250 (£184), at that point I would have paid $250 just for a glass of water and somewhere to sit for 5min.”
They ended their post by asking users if they were in the wrong.
One wrote: “They seriously expected her to work for 8.5 hours without food, with little water and no break.
“While let’s be honest, she was doing this as a favour and not cause of the money. How did they think this would go?”
Another added: “You could have risked your health and they treated you like sh*t.”