Hoping to seek some advice on my current situation.
Currently, I am doing my internship at a dance company as a marketing intern. While my job scope does not officially include "photography works", photographs are technically something used for marketing. My supervisor made me do some form of event-dance photography of the company's programmes and wants me to hand over the images. Most likely, these would be posted on Facebook.
My primary specialisation is in music photography and I do have a couple of paying clients. I wouldnt say I am a hobbyist nor a top-notch photographer but I do take my work seriously.
On one hand, it is due to my company that I gain access to photograph these dance images. Additionally, music and dance are rather similar, hence letting my colleagues see these images could provide me the possibility of future opportunities (which I am rather doubtful actually).
On another, I am concerned that due to my status of an "intern" , my work would become "company property", possibly used for future publicity without crediting or reimbursements since I am a company staff.
If I refuse to provide my images or employ several tactics such as "low=res" samples, I am afraid that my grades are being threatened. I hope that the experienced veterans here could provide me a tip or two.
Thank you so much!