I have recently started work doing admin/marketing for a small studio for hire. I have also offered my services as a freelance photographer. A situation recently came up at work.... My boss booked a birthday party on a weekend about 2 weeks ago. He asked me to help take photos with no pay because he's only just started in photography. I swapped my time for a free bday shoot for my daughter later in the year. Yesterday the bday girls mother came in and printed off one of my b&w pics of one of the other girls for her bday. So not related to the original bday. He charged her $45.00 for the print. In hindsight I believe I have copyright of the b&w photo and I should be paid by customer for printing/copies or at least in part. Is there an industry standard regarding terms and conditions of a contract that a freelance photographer would use for freelance employment? One that protects my copyright, and perhaps gives options as to how the image may be used/onsold/reprinted, etc? My boss is a scrap metal man and photography is his hobby so any mistakes made are mine! He had no idea of model releases, etc until I told him! So I'm looking for a contract that's industry standard but that also clearly explains the boundaries for both sides.