ok... i need some help here, this is a situation i have been fortunate enough to not run into, but knew it would happen eventually. i do a shoot for a group, and included in the contract is 1 print, it is communicated at the time of shooting, as well as on the proofing website, that anything additional - including edited digital files, and websized images - are not included, and will be an additional charge. it's to the point where on the proofing site i include prices for all different sizes, and the web-ready images. last year i wrote PROOF across all the images, this year i decided to give people the benefit of the doubt. Long storey short is a bunch of the people screen capped the proof website and are using the photos on their websites, and other online portfolio style sites... my gut on this one is to get in touch with each person, find out if they are interested in purchasing the websized (and watermarked) files, and if not ask them to remove the photos. Free promo is nice, but no credit has been given to me as the photographer, and the screencaps make my photos look like shit. what do you guys think? mosher, webb... you guys are on the sites these files are showing upon so you can probably guess what type of shots they are, what would you do? i am leary to just send them the "good" files to put up in place of the shit because other people followed the rules and paid the VERY minimal fee (think... istock, maybe less) HALP!!