Iím a young photographer who has just begun her photography website about a year and a half ago. Iím having a hard time finding business where Iím actually getting paid so Iíve been doing mostly ďvolunteerĒ photography through my boyfriendís business. Iíve done photography for him for events around the city and pictures of employees at his station for the business website and such. Iíve placed my copyright on the photos that I recently did for him at this event and theyíre now up on the website and today I went in and did some shots of this new employee there. I took time out of my own schedule and used my own gas to get to there to take the pictures. I then went back home and edited the pictures, sent him the best ones for the website and then he calls me as Iím going out again and says, ďCan you resize the photo to this size?Ē and starts telling me these dimensions. I told him Iíd appreciate if heíd give me some credit on the website and then I can change the dimensions for him. He then told me that he didnít want to put my business name on the website too much as then people would begin asking questions. How can I get around this without sounding like an inconsiderate person? Or am I just totally overreacting? I have a living to make and when I'm taking time out of my own schedule and using my own gas to get to places and they won't even give me credit or pay me, there is something missing there...is there not?