Hey Y'all, First time poster here. Had a question for those of you in the know. There is a friend of a friend who is the photographer for the governor of a state in the West. My friend says he is receiving a paycheck from this state and it's his full-time job. He claims he can do as he pleases with any of the photos he takes (sell to stock agencies, publish at his will, etc.) and the State (or Governor) has no control over this. Needless to say, we got in a heated debate (first revolving around my comments that I wouldn't want to be the personal photographer for a politician who I politically disagreed with, I call it slutting for your career) about it and I called B.S. I highly doubt an employee of the State can do as he wants with what is essentially state property. I even doubted that after a ten year grace period that would be possible. Anyhoo, can someone shed some light on this and help solve this dispute? I'm awfully curious..