Pros: flexibility, ability to show creativity, some friendly co-workers, company incentives.
Cons: poor management, lack of sales ability, little or no direction at times, no help support.
Typical day begins with clocking in, counting in the cash register, and start customer's photo sessions. I learned aspects of photography and working in a fast-paced environment. The co-workers were great but sometimes a little back-stabbing. The hardest part of the job was trying to sell $300 packages to someone who doesn't want to spend that much – more... and try to manage the whole store by yourself (answer phones, take pictures, schedule appointments, initiate sales, etc.) The most enjoyable part was taking pictures of fun groups of people, being creative and actually enjoying coming in to work. – less