I have recently been asked for 2 pictures to go along with an article in a car magazine (who ever would have thought my stuff was worth anything ). The writer has asked me these 3 questions, some of them I need more help then others, so I have ordered them from most clueless to clueful. 1) Can you send me these 2 as 300 dpi high-res .jpgs? 2) Could I have your permission to use these photos? 3) How would you like the photo credit to read? With 1, I am using lightroom 2 and 3 (depends on the computer) I get lost every time I look at the DPI and then the pixel's (or inches) blanks, and then further lost when I can select the % quality. So, for publishing purposes, what settings should I actually use? Also, anything else I should do to make the images better eg, sharpening? will the publisher do their own editing on the images besides minor cropping to make it fit on the page? With 2, the writer is handling all of the picture gathering for the magazine. Is there anything else that is normally expected besides me responding back in email saying, "go for it". I have heard I need to get a release from the driver, car owner, and manufacturer of the car, is all of that true? 3) I know this is just preference, but would you guys send name and site? even when the site is under developed? Or just name? thanks for any advice anyone can offer me. Useless additional comments of my own: I have been published once before, but that was a teacher that just took one of my photo's at the last minute and stuck it on the cover of the school magazine that she published. (she gave me credit). This however is going in a national magazine and will have a lot more than 10 readers which has me super excited.