As I work at building my reputation as an affordable portrait photographer in my area, I've run into an issue with a former client suddenly becoming a "photographer." Mind you, she's copying another local photographer's style (and badly at that). While I could care less about her suddenly being a photographer with her little point and shoot, I'm more bothered by the fact she has taken portraits I have done of people she knows as well (myspace can be a good networking tool and it has gotten me a few clients). She has "edited" them and is now putting them up on a new MySpace page where she is claiming them as her "work." There is no mention of who actually took the picture. The closest thing she has to a disclaimer is the title of the album "pictures I've edited." She has pictures she took herself as well as pictures she snatched off her "friends" pages and edited them in Paint Pro. I shot her wedding and gave her a disc of pictures for her personal use. If she wanted to play with them, fine. But now those pictures are on her "commerical" page where she is actually offering her services as a "photographer" with no credit given. At the very least, there are two pictures I want removed for sure. The ones from her wedding, I want at least credit saying I took those pictures, she just "played" with them. I'm too nice for my own good sometimes (efergoh can vouch for this) and I'm not sure how to tell her to remove those pictures without being rude or mean. Even if I'm honey-sweet, I know she will be offended and will probably start talking crap about me. Where's a good site to quote?