I have two close friends who are professional photographers. One works for a newspaper and the other has his own business (specializes in northern lights). The newspaper guy: He got two pictures of his published in a magazine recently. I searched and searched and can't find his name anywhere. The business guy: Got some pictures printed and framed. Thousands of them. And then sells them exclusively at a Canadian chain store. His name is not on them. About a year ago my mother baught a picture of northern lights (For $10.00 might I add) and I give her s&*^ for it. I said 'I have a friend who's trying to make a living with his pictures and you go buy some mass produced 'artist-unknown' picture. Turns out... the picture my mother baught is in fact one of his. Very weird. So my question is: Do you require credit for your work? I definatley do!! I would rather sell 100 prints to people who are willing to spend money on something that's 'rare' than sell 100 000 000 to people who will throw it out in 5 years when their decor changes. Then again I'm doing this because I love it and any money it makes me is just a bonus.