Hey guys, I'm not sure what I should do about this, if anything because of the circumstances, but I wanted to see what y'all thought. I recently took pictures of a friends baby when he was born and sent out the pictures in an email to her friends and family. The pictures had a black border on them and had at the bottom, "© Lyncca 2008". In fact, some of them are the exact same photos in this thread: http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=113809&highlight=newborn Anyway, she got out of the hospital and sent me an email and said she was sending them to Walmart to get printed and wanted to know if she needed to do anything specific. Before I could get in touch to tell her that I needed to give her a print-ready copy, she had already sent them, but then called and said, that because of the copyright, she didn't think they would print them anyway, which she realized after sending them, but before I got hold of her. Meanwhile, I met her that evening and she had the printed photos! Walmart printed them INCLUDING the freaking copyright on them! (and they turned out great since they were only 4x6.) I guess the whole point is that I was going to give them to her, but I wanted her family to pay me for any prints. I'm not upset with her at all, especially since she realized and called me about it, but I can't believe they printed them without confirming her ID at all. My friends just say that, "oh, all you could do if you sued was get the ink and paper". Now, I'm not even planning to sue, but its not the point of the ink and paper, now is it? Any advice?