I shot some pictures of bands at a concert Saturday night for my internship at the local newspaper. (Florida Times-Union/Jacksonville.com). The photo gallery from the concert went up on the website in the form of 600px pictures with no option to buy them. http://photos.jacksonville.com/mycapture/folder.asp?event=476068 Apparently, the lead singer of one band really liked the pictures I took of him and e-mailed my supervisor, saying, "I found the pics on the entertainment section. WOOOOOWWWW!!!! Can I have Matt's email address so I can send him a HUUUGE thank you? These pictures look AMAZING! Also, is there any way I can get a copy of them? Buy them or sign a release agreement? Something?" I got the following e-mail from my supervisor today regarding that question: "This is so great, Matt. You are going to be in high demand when you graduate! Can you make a disc of the pics for *** please." What do I do here??? I honestly don't want to just GIVE my pictures away to a band that might use them for promotional or commercial purposes. But, at the same time, I was able to get into the concert for free and snap the photos because of my internship....so I assume they have some sort of say over what I do with the photos. Or do they? Basically, I'm really conflicted. I would like for the guy to have the pictures, but only if I can guarantee that he credits me if he uses them anywhere else. However, I don't know if I really have any sort of grounds to request this as I am just an intern. What do you think?