Hi all, I'm an amateur photographer with a D500 and a few nice lenses. I occasionally do photo shoots for money, but this time I'm working on pictures for a wholesale pet products company that involves a much more professional position than previous times. I need help with figuring out a fair arrangement for both the company and myself. I wrote up a photo release/agreement that stipulates that they are effectively licensing the pictures for use on their website. They now tell me (while still negotiating the terms, without having yet taken any pictures) they wish to be able to use these same pictures in print and online ads and other promotional/marketing efforts. How do *you* handle such a situation? Is it a percentage of the initial fee per placement? Do you have something simple you could share for your approach? Would you license the initial picture at a price that makes them free to use it however they wish? Is providing photo credit something I should care about? I don't think it's reasonable to expect my name next to every picture or even in a magazine. Perhaps on the website? I wish to do whatever is easiest to make this happen, but don't want to get screwed either.