Hello. There could very well be a thread about this (if someone could link me to an answer, that'd be awesome), but my search hasn't been successful. So, my situation is this: A good friend of mine left his band this past winter, he had been their original vocalist. Their record label mentioned some interest in him doing a side project, and requested pictures of my friend, done in my studio. Thinking that these pictures were for the side project, I forwarded them to my friend's manager with permission to use them on a myspace, specifically for the side project. They were never used, the side project never got off the ground. Now, more than six months later, these images resurface on the old band's mypace, stating that my friend has "rejoined" the band (paraphrased). These images feature two girls acting as models, who I gained consent from for the photo's intended purpose. These images, rather are being used on the band's myspace, as well as online zines and blogs, without any regard for who took the picture. While I do not watermark my images, part of my consent in letting a band/etc using them is explicit photo credit. These images are being used for something they were not intended for, being edited as they so please (my flickr states my copyright, no editing etc), and the band is gaining commercial success from the images and the controversy they're inciting. I've messaged the band, as well as the band's manager to take the photos down, with no response. Do I have grounds for some sort of legal action? The girl's in these images are very upset, as am I for the exploitation of my pictures. I don't so much want the money, but I would appreciate some co-operation. Any advice would be much appreciated.