Hey guys, I have a question and could use your input. I've started working (unpaid) for an established wedding photographer, and accompany her on shoots every couple of weeks. I've been out on three shoots so far and mostly carried stuff and assisted in helping her set up the shots. This weekend, I will be second shooting at a wedding reception. She gave me a list of rules to abide by with the pictures I take, that include a)not posting them online for a specific period of time, b) not selling them, c) letting her edit them and so on. All are fine by me. The one rule I am having trouble with is: I won't be allowed to use the pictures as part of my portfolio for one year after the date they are shot. She says this is to prevent similar photos from appearing in both our portfolios at the same time. Is this standard practice within the industry? I feel that if I shot the photos, I should be entitled to use them within my portfolio. Please let me know your thoughts, and thank you for reading.