I originally started my photo website (see signature) a year or two ago really in an attempt to better-organize myself in terms of my astrophotos while the nature stuff was an after-thought. Since then, it's expanded A LOT mainly because I've been doing astrophotography that I hadn't considered two years ago. Right now, I'm working on a re-organization of the navigation and breaking down single pages into multiple ones for better loading times and making it easier to find stuff. Anyway, that's prologue. My "issue" is this: I've been contacted a couple of times by people who want to use my photos or to buy them. I had a huge back-and-forth e-mail conversation with a woman this May about what was for sale and what could be printed at what size. So my question is: Is it tacky or overly-commercialistic to put purchasing information below each photo that states whether or not it's for sale, the highest resolution I have, the maximum print size, bit-depth, and any notes, along with a link to a "purchasing" page that basically states to e-mail me for specifics and prices? I *think* that I'm over-analyzing this, but for some reason I see this as a potential turn-off to people, especially since the original goal of the site was more educational and for my own organization. What do folks think about this? Edit: Check out the Lunar Eclipse page for what I mean, as well as the site's "new" navigation: http://burro.astr.cwru.edu/stu/me/photos/moon_eclipse.html . I'm also starting to add watermarks to the larger images which I was also avoiding, but I think it's somewhat necessary.