I have an interesting opportunity. Someone I know works for Kennecott Copper. I have been given the opportunity to go to the Kennecott wildlife preserve--accompanied by a Kennecott employed biologist--to photograph wildlife. This area is closed to the general public and rarely visited by humans. Additionally, they offered to take me on a tour of the operation centers--the smelter, the concentrator, etc--again, areas that are closed to the general public. I should be able to get some really cool industrial type photographs in addition to the nature/wildlife photographs. All in all, this is a rare opportunity. I'll get some cool photographs, I'll get to see some cool things, and I'll get to take credit for doing some work for a really big client. Here's the catch: They want the right to use the photographs I take however and wherever they want. No matter how you look at it, this is a great opportunity, but I know I'm probably getting screwed. Should I try to work out some kind of contract/licensing agreement? Any suggestions? Thanks!