I know some may shutter at the thought of this (pun intended ) but occasionally I do some simple enlargements on those stupid simple little do-it-yourelf Kodak enlargement machines at the local wal-mart. Usually just for a test or something simple to hang on my wall for a week or two in my office. The problem is that evidentally my images are starting to get pretty good because they are starting to refuse to give me the pictures or even let me use the machine because they think I am ripping them off from a professional photographer and I am violating copyright protections. How the hell do I fix this? I don't have any business cards printed (although that may be the easiest way around it) I have gotten into numerous copyright discussion/battles with dumb kids AND managers who swear I am wrong and they wrote the laws, I have told them the equipment I use settings of the shot how it was post processed ect ect all to no avail. For the most part in the end when I already have the pic printed I am allowwed to leave with it but that doesn't do anything for the future when they won't even let me use the machine. On a side note when my wife took a picture that was professionally photographed, that WE DO OWN THE RELEASE FOR they actually went to extent of calling him in SOUTH DAKOTA and faxing him another release to sign and fax back to them before she could take the printed results! So it is obvious that they will go pretty far to cover thier behinds on it. I think it's great to see someone in the community doing something to prevent this type of piracy but how do we protect the right to print our own images!?