OK, so I recently shot a good friends concert ( can be seen here ) and I have sent them out to the fanclub via e-mail, and already I've seen multiple flyers up and around that they have made using my photographs. Now, I don't expect any kind of kickback from the flyers, because there is no direct profit to be made from them, along with the fact that I fully support the band but some sort of recognition would be nice, perhaps I should've put a watermark on them before I released the pictures? I spoke to some of the people that put the flyers/posters together, was very nice about it, but they basically took it all as a joke. This frustrated me. Being the mediator that I am I came up with the idea to encourage them to use my original file, and not the compressed image I sent in the e-mail because they would be able to blow it up much larger and it would be of better quality etc. I also offered to make them myself. (Because what they came up with was not at all impressive anyhow haha.) I was just wondering if it would be a pretty normal thing to put something along the lines of "Photograph by _________" in the corner of the photograph in small print. What would be a common watermark of someone who doesn't have a business together? This band is also coming out with a CD very soon and as of yet does not have any cover art or anything planned for the inserts. They are quite interested in a good amount of my pics for this. What would be a typical kickback for this? ( if any ) Although having my pics be ackowledged in the credits is very cool by itself in my eyes. The pics may not be professional or anything.. but hey! the band liked them.