Ok, so a couple weeks ago, I didn't have anything to do on a Friday night. The DJ I recently did press photos for was performing at a local club she used to have residency at, and invited me to come and take pictures. She put me in contact with the promoter, and she called and formally asked me to come. I didn't get paid, but she gave me a couple drink tickets, and that's what we agreed on, and I was cool with that and the exposure as payment. She also agreed to hire me for future parties she promotes. I was there from 10.30-2, and taking pictures the whole time. It actually was a good time, especially in comparison to the clubs I'm usually at. Either way, I was on my bike home (I live in a big city, and no I wasn't wearing a helmet, and no I wasn't drunk-2 drinks over the course of 3.5 hours+ at least 40oz of water and frequent bathroom trips made for a mildly buzzed, but not at all drunk ride) and as a cab drove by me, one of the passengers stuck his hand out of the window hit my back, and pulled on my shirt. I, needless to say, lost my balance when he let go while still moving, and fell pretty hard. My camera was ok, and I am too, but I fell and found myself on the ground with all my stuff around me, not really remembering exactly how I fell. There were two people on the street that helped me and put my bike in a cab, and I got home safely, but I spent the next week at home (the first two days in bed, missing my one day of work that week, and unable to look at screens or read.) It was really fun. I really don't want the promoter to think I'm blaming her, or charging her for my misfortune, but I don't know if I made the right move or not. She text messaged me tonight asking if I would mind burning the images onto a CD for her and she could pick them up this week. Normally, had I been paid for a gig, this would be part of the deal. Otherwise, the photos are up on my site for viewing and download, but with a border. I wasn't paid, though, (and wound up with broken glasses, an expense I really didn't have the money for, and I really couldn't work for a week) and I need to make ends meet somehow. When I could look at screens again, I made a page on my site where there's information on purchasing a print. Lots of people have been asking about buying prints, so I thought it would be a good time to do it. When she asked, I responded by saying that all the photos are available for free download off my site, and there is also information on purchasing prints and digital copies there as well. Should I have said something else? Did I spoil a potential business deal? Or was that totally within reason? I just want some input. as a side note, I'm not getting back on my bike til I have a helmet, and my cousin I randomly saw for the first time in 2 years said she has an extra. I'm also only taking cabs to and from nightlife gigs from now on.