I've been making extra adjustments to my website, and finally have it to a point where I'm really happy with it. I would really like to include, in addition to the slideshows in the portfolio section, a way to share two "full set" videos I put together recently. When I made the videos, I set them to music, put them on DvD's that could be viewed like a regular movie in any DvD player, and gave them as gifts to the families as a "thank you" for letting me practice and learn as a photographer with them. The only thing I'm not sure about, was that I set them to music I just had on my iTunes, since it wasn't being sold or anything of that sort I didn't think it would be an issue. But now that I've gone into buisiness, I'm worried about making future slideshows, and I'm also not sure if it would be legal for me to display the two movies I already put together, since they would essentially serve as marketing tools for me. Does anyone have experience with this issue? I've heard the term "royalty free music" tossed around, and wondered if that was something I need to look into... Or if it's alright for me to continue making slide shows set to whatever music I'd like? I am also a musician- it was what I studied in college, and my first love before photography. If need be, I could look into composing my own music as an extra for clients who might be interested. Anyway, thoughts? Experience? I've been very careful so far about doing things the right way, I don't want to do anything that would be unprofessional. Thanks! Oh- If you are wondering about the videos, they are posted on my blog and on my facebook page (both are linked under the lifestyle section of my website. ) I may end up taking them down from there, if the music is an issue though. I posted them before I had gone into buisiness at all. The first is of my friend's new baby- from her maternity session, his newborn shoot, and his baptism. The second is the full set of images from the first Quinceanera I was asked to shoot.