My in-laws' in-laws asked my in-laws (yes that IS confusing!) if I could take photos of their family that were all in town for Thanksgiving instead of them just setting the self timer on their camera this year. I of course said yes, they were just down the road, and it was a pleasure shooting them. The grandmother of the brood is insisting on paying me. Yes I will have to go through and process the images, etc, but they are indirectly my new family who live in the area I just moved to. Somehow I just don't feel right charging them for this. Have you been in this type of situation before? It is the type of image/service that if they weren't family, I would charge for. I also for free shot their grandson's baptism last week, but this was also good for me, so that I could get to know the priest in their church, etc, and add some baptism shots to my portfolio. I asked specifically if I could be there to take photos of that baptism. Any thoughts on this are much appreciated. Thanks all, and happy thanksgiving to those from the USA reading this thread.