This is a very personal question, and I would not ask it before downing a few cocktails! (^O^) I have come to a point in my life where I realize that photographing wedding is becoming both physically and emotionally painful. I love the wedding photography event, but the aftermath is torture...physical pain. I'm 63, was in a vehicle collision, and have increasing problems with aches and pains and the whole catastrophy that you all will eventually experience. In the 1970's, I taught adult education classes in creative landscape photography, figure photography, and studio portraiture, with considerable personal satisfaction and success. I do not see a long future for me in wedding photography unless it is for close friends and such. However, I have considerable experience (not just in hardware) but in the psychology of the wedding photography experience. Do any of you think there are new photographers out there who might be interested in short courses in: "Getting Started In Wedding Photography"? I could do this privately or through the University Extension probrams. Any thoughts or suggestions would be most appreciated.