Ok.. here is a question.
Recently I have had a couple of photos in the local paper. I took a photo of a NFP (Not for profit) group, and they asked if they could use the photo to promote themselves on the web, or through their national association. They said that any of my images would be credited to me. And I know they have done the right thing.
But.... The local paper did a story on them, and used my images. I know the papers policy is to not credit a photographer.... And the images had (PS) under the photos and at the end of the photos commentary. (PS) means "Photo Supplied" The normal Joe Blow wouldn't have a clue what the (PS) would stand for.
What gives the media the right to do it that way.. It stinks........ I know the group are not responsible. So I don't blame them. But to me, it's just not right.