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this isn’t going to sound good but if you suck it up for a little while, it will pay dividends.
you should work with this guy temporarily. shoot weddings for him, edit them and get better. then, a year from now, leave him and start your own company. by then you’ll have samples of your work plus you can say that you have experience. when me and my partner started we did weddings dirt cheap, we did one for $150 bucks! and that was with 2 cameras. i have invested about $6000 in equipment to shoot weddings and it is paying for itself. we still don’t charge enough but our business is growing and our name is getting out there. we’ve got 2 referrals coming up in august and that’s the best kind of advertising you could ever ask for.