I was recently married on June 12, 2010. I met the photographer and we discussed my expectations and what I would be charged. She gave me a price, but later increased her fee. However, I still decided to use her services. We agreed to a fee and I signed the contract. After the wedding reception, she told me that I would get my photos within 2 days. But, here it is 3 weeks later, and I still don't have them. She came to the house last night to show me the photos on a website (kodak) so that I could make my selection. After I chose my photos, she gave me a fee for printing the photos and I issued her a check for that fee. However, she called me today to inform me that it would be additional fees. She told me that there would be a fee from visiting my home, plus editing the photos, and digital copies. On top of the fees she also stated that the cost to print the photos had increased. However, those fees were not stipulated in the contract. She also said that there was an additional page to the contract I signed. But, the contract was only one sheet and it was signed. I also told her that the fee was not what she quoted from the website or in the contract. Well, I went to the website, and the fees did not change at all. As a matter of fact the promotional deal does not end until July 13, 2010. So, it seems as if she is trying to nickle and dime me. Plus, I still don't have my photos. Should I pay the additional fees which is not in the contract, or should I sue? She wants to email me the second page of the contract. But, it was not included in the first signing. What should I do? It seems as if she is briching her contract, right?